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Archive: Conservation International, Frontlines 2003-2002

Conservation Frontlines - Summer 2003
• Peter Seligmann: Immediate action needed to save ocean
• Venezuela survey uncovers diverse aquatic world
• National bird sighted in the Philippines
• Mine program clears path for migrating animals
• Indonesia makes critical marine commitment
• Island purchase helps safeguard Caribbean jewels
• Belda Mosepele: Okavango journal
• Sylvia Earle: Saving our living seas: Conservation coalition charts course for healthy ocean
• Gulf of California: A study in marine conservation challenge and reward
• Corridor project links unique island worlds
• Caribbean depths home to biological treasures

Conservation Frontlines - Spring 2003
• Peter Seligmann: Partnerships the bedrock of lasting conservation
• High-tech buoys guard former Panama prison
• Sumatra grant targets rhino poachers
• Farmers gain from jaguar protection program
• Park network to safeguard Gabon forests
• New coffee a boon for Colombian biodiversity
• Leanne Alonso: Cambodia journal
• From the ground up: CI mobilizes communities and presidents to preserve Andes treasure
• Award-winning article shines light on illegal alligator trade
• Awards showcase ecotourism’s finest
• Guinea RAP launches industry partnership
• The Ant Society: honoring conservation heavyweights

Conservation Frontlines - Winter 2003
• Russel Mittermeier: Healthy planet needs last wild places
• CI gets nod to manage conservation concession
• Aerial surveys confirm Madagascar devastation
• United States commits to Congo conservation
• Communities to co-manage New Caledonia reserve
• Earth’s largest tropical forest park created in Amazonia mountains
• Jim Sanderson: Tanzania journal
• Battling a lethal trade: CI-Ghana takes aim at a practice that is devastating the country’s wildlife and poisoning the population
• Clan customs offer way out of extinction crisis
• Asian species crowd list of most endangered primates
• West Africa chimps’ plight prompts urgent action plan
• Against all odds: CI’s globetrotting tech wizards bring field offices online

Conservation Frontlines - Summer 2002
• Conservation corridors: A new approach to wildlife protection
• Biological survey uncovers marine marvel
• Rangers trained to save imperiled “man of the forest”
• Protected area in Ecuador doubles in size
• Brazilian government backs Kayapo accord
• Peru agreement a windfall for biodiversity conservation
• Study finds Botswana elephants not all homebodies
• Shortages no obstacle for Liberia survey team
• Guy Rondeau: Cote d’Ivoire journal
• A mosaic to restore Brazil’s great wetland and Savannah
• Japan joins hotspots conservation team
• McDonald’s partnership sets sights on marine environment
• Guyana teachers get hands-on environmental training
• Masai to Maya: Ecotourism summit draws 1,000 participants from around the globe
• CI backs students’ Galapagos sea cucumber study
• New primates found in the Amazon
• Insect find is the first in 87 years
• Defending Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains
• CI leaders awarded Order of the Golden Ark

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