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The golden age of species exploration could be now

Quentin Wheeler writes a nice piece for National Geographic on why we should spend the money and effort to discover Earth’s species — before it’s too late. If we play our cards right, the 21st century will be remembered as … Continue reading

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Globalization is leading to greater biodiversity … in many regions, temporarily.

Most headlines about biodiversity follow the same storylines:  Species are going extinct at an incredible rate.   We are in the middle of the Earth’s sixth extinction event.  The number of endangered species keeps growing because of habitat loss and … Continue reading

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Biodiversity – Costa Rica v. The World

Costa Rica is known around the world for its biodiversity.  It’s one of the main reasons why people travel so far to visit the country.  We like to visit areas with amazing natural beauty, especially if there is an opportunity … Continue reading

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