Aid, Poverty, and Global Biodiversity

International efforts to conserve biodiversity in developing counĀ­tries are recognizing the need to provide alternative livelihoods.

Restoring Pacific Salmon Makes Dollars and Sense

Pacific salmon are the iconic temperate rainforest species connecting ocean, freshwater, and terrestrial systems, and joining people to the great outdoors. They are a keystone species, on the menu of American bald eagles and grizzly bears of the Great Bear Rainforest, coastal wolves of Alaska and British Columbia, and millions of people that depend on healthy fish runs in the clean, cool water that salmon thrive in.
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Getting Down to Business when Business is Bad

This past week the Center for Business and the Environment at Yale hosted the 3rd annual Conservation Finance Camp. This camp consisted of 19 practitioners working on preserving natural resources through land conservation and 16 instructors brought together to determine the best ways to finance conservation.