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Nations strike deal to try to save wildlife from extinction at COP15

Close to 200 nations pledged to protect nearly a third of Earth’s land and oceans as a refuge for the planet’s remaining wild plants and animals by 2030.
Returning Diablo Canyon lands to Indigenous hands

Returning Diablo Canyon lands to Indigenous hands

The Yak Titʸu Titʸu Yak Tiłhini in California have requested the return of their coastal homelands, currently occupied by a nuclear power plant.
Biden will designate Colorado's Camp Hale as national monument
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Biden will designate Colorado's Camp Hale as national monument

President Biden has yet to create an entirely new national monument, although he has expanded existing national monuments that President Donald Trump slashed in size.
In a warming climate, we need to radically rethink how we conserve nature
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In a warming climate, we need to radically rethink how we conserve nature

Parks and refuges aren't enough to preserve America’s environment. Land, water, and wildlife need to be protected everywhere.
Private lands are the next battleground in state conservation policy

Private lands are the next battleground in state conservation policy

Interest from owners wanting to set aside their property for conservation has increased in the past few years.

Shawn Regan: 'Use it or lose it' rules favor extraction over land conservation

Shawn Regan: 'Use it or lose it' rules favor extraction over land conservation

Opinion | Conservation groups want to lease public land to protect it. One problem: Due to century-old rules, it’s often illegal.
How one woman protected millions of acres

How one woman protected millions of acres

Kristine Tompkins has conserved more land than any other single individual, calling it “capitalist jiujitsu” for the planet.
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