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Aug 24, 2016 · News ItemConservation is Development
This video was created to illustrate USAID's vision of conserving biodiversity for sustainable long-term development, articulated in detail in the Agency's first-ever Biodiversity Policy.
Aug 17, 2016 · News ItemABCG Career Opportunities Mid August 2016
A compilation of ABCG career opportunities.
Aug 29, 2016 · EventABCG Event Reminder: Partnering to Improve Habitat Conservation for the Endangered Eastern Chimpanzee in Northern DRC
Jef Dupain, renowned Primatologist and AWF Technical Director for West & Central Africa, will present highlights of progress made to date, as well as a vision for the future to establish a lasting conservation plan for flagship species in the…
Aug 15, 2016 · EventWebinar Announcement: Marine Offsets at the Society for Conservation Biology Oceania
A symposium focusing on marine biodiversity offsetting was organized as part of the Society for Conservation Biology Oceania (SCBO) meeting, in Brisbane in July. The meeting brought together researchers working in academia, NGO and private industry to discuss the current…
Recent Additions to the Portal
Aug 29, 2016 · DocumentUSAID Biodiversity Annual Reports
USAID achieves multiple conservation and development objectives through programs that protect biodiversity in forests and other ecosystems, maintain or increase carbon stocks in forests, and restore forests lost or damaged by poor management or land conversion. An annual report for…
Aug 24, 2016 · FileHow to Upload an Unlisted Video to YouTube PDF
Downloadable PDF of a tutorial detailing how to add a video to YouTube that will not be searchable in a search engine or YouTube.
Aug 23, 2016 · FileHow to Upload a Video to the USAID RM Portal PDF
Downloadable PDF of a tutorial detailing how to add a YouTube video to the USAID RM Portal using the Video content type.
Aug 23, 2016 · DocumentHow to Upload an Unlisted Video to YouTube
A tutorial detailing how to add a video to YouTube that will not be searchable in a search engine or YouTube.
UNEP Releases Video on Sea Level Rise and How Nature Can Help Protect Coastal Communities
This Video is Part Six of the Two Minutes on Oceans with Jim Toomey Series
The video demonstrates how coastal communities can adapt to sea level rise by restoring nature’s resilience. New research shows that sea level could rise between 0.5 to 2 meters towards the end of this century - threatening low-lying regions with floods and storm surges. The health of many ecosystems, which traditionally were able to cope with shifts in sea levels have been weakened, leaving them less able to protect coastal communities from these impacts. The video also offers ways to restore natural flood barriers, like coral reefs and mangroves, to protect vulnerable regions from sea level rise.