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Hawaii’s Honeycreeper May Get Federal Protection Courtesy: Norman Chock

Hawaii’s Honeycreeper May Get Federal Protection

The iiwi, a bird once commonly found in the islands' forests, may be listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
The Military Tries To Sell Itself As Positive Environmental Force Chad Blair/Civil Beat

The Military Tries To Sell Itself As Positive Environmental Force

The U.S. Army, Navy and Marines made a pitch to conservationists from around the world that they share the same goals. Not everyone is buying it.
Fish Council Votes Against Ocean Protection Measure Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Fish Council Votes Against Ocean Protection Measure

The Western Pacific Regional Fishery Council was one of only two U.S. organizations to oppose a broad new conservation measure.
How Fishing Interests Infiltrated Conservation’s Biggest Event Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How Fishing Interests Infiltrated Conservation’s Biggest Event

The Western Pacific Fishery Management Council advocates most often for Hawaii’s fishing industry, but yet it managed to become a voting member of the World Conservation Congress.

Here Are The Actions The IUCN Is Considering Taking Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Here Are The Actions The IUCN Is Considering Taking

The IUCN kicked off its Members' Assembly deliberations this week in which more than 1,300 members will debate issues like wildlife trafficking and protecting the rights of indigenous people.
An All-Star Panel Talks Big Ideas About The Future Of Oceans Cory Lum/Civil Beat

An All-Star Panel Talks Big Ideas About The Future Of Oceans

A distinguished panel at IUCN's World Conservation Congress in Honolulu talked about what's ailing the Earth's oceans and what needs to be done.
IUCN: Extinction Threatens 87 Percent Of Hawaii’s Native Plants International Union for Conservation of Nature

IUCN: Extinction Threatens 87 Percent Of Hawaii’s Native Plants

A major announcement of the world's largest conservation organization could spur new efforts to curb endangered species on the islands.
Two Things The ‘Father Of Biodiversity’ Fears Most: Trump And Nuclear War Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Two Things The ‘Father Of Biodiversity’ Fears Most: Trump And Nuclear War

Famed conservationist E.O. Wilson says climate change is a threat. But he also worries about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and people with nuclear codes.
Jane Goodall Says Aloha Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Jane Goodall Says Aloha

The renowned primatologist was a star among stars at the world's largest symposium of conservationists.