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Archive: Conservation International, Annual Reports

Conservation International Annual Report – 2003
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• Abrolhos team keeps oil drilling at bay
• Corridor initiative marks new era for Amazonian conservation
• Sacred mountains anchor new protected areas in Peru
• Farmers and biodiversity gain from Colombian coffee project
• New Bolivian park underscores power of partnerships
• Partners chart course for the eastern tropical Pacific
• Caribbean initiative engages key industry partners
• Landmark alliance seeks to preserve Guinean biodiversity
• Congo Forest wilderness area gains coalition protection
• Diverse groups map out 20-year conservation plan for Succulent Karoo
• Ecolodge helps Botswana’s Bushmen preserve culture
• Madagascar pledges to triple protected areas network
• Crowded Indonesian island finds room for park expansion
• Rare biological riches protected in New Caledonia

Conservation International Annual Report – 2002
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• Skillful CI bargaining helped remove the last logging concession in the million-acre Pilón Lajas Biosphere Reserve.
• CI is helping the Kayapó people protect their lands—an expanse of forest the size of Ohio.
• Coral reefs are under siege. A CABS study lays the groundwork for their protection.
• Mexico’s ruling holds promise for marine species and small-scale fishermen.
• Hunting of West Africa’s wildlife for food is driving species to extinction. CI-Ghana is tackling the threat.
• Cocoa a boon to Ghana’s farmers and biodiversity.
• Conservation requires community involvement. CEPF is catalyzing local action in the hotspots.
• Conservationists need biodiversity data. A first-ever global network of field stations will provide it.
• CI is supporting an agreement that restructures Peru’s foreign debt, benefiting 27.5 million acres of tropical rain forest.
• Former Cambodian soldiers defend million-acre protected forest

Conservation International Annual Report – 2001
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• New laws safeguard Peruvian forests
• Ecostation protects Brazilian treasure
• RAP survey uncovers marine abundance
• Cambodia preserves pristine Cardamoms
• Partnership advances vital species data



Conservation International Annual Report – 2000
• Peru expands biological treasure
• Conservation fund targets 80 million acres
• RAP celebrates a decade of discovery
• Bolivian communities honor national park
• Financial incentive preserves rain forests
• Conservation stars in China’s development
• Loan fund keeps Mexico’s forests evergreen
• Consensus guides conservation in West Africa
• Center harnesses power of private sector
• Marine reserve protects south Atlantic jewel
• Experts chart course to save nature
• Partners preserve Africa’s Okavango Delta
• Linking corporations and conservation

Annual Reports  |  Frontlines 2004-2003  |  Frontlines 2003-2002  |  
News from the Front 2002-2001  |  News from the Front 2001-2000