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Empowering Community Management of Fish Conservation Zones - Stung Treng Ramsar Site Cambodia
Mar 29, 2018 · Video

Empowering Community Management of Fish Conservation Zones - Stung Treng Ramsar Site Cambodia

The Mekong River in Cambodia’s Stung Treng Province has been designated a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. It is a unique environment, with deep pools that harbor young fish and seasonally flooded forests where numerous…

Coastal Fisheries Help Combat Hunger and Malnutrition in Timor-Leste
Mar 29, 2018 · Video

Coastal Fisheries Help Combat Hunger and Malnutrition in Timor-Leste

In the young half-island nation of Timor-Leste, fisheries are small-scale and have low catch rates, meaning fish is an underexploited source of nutrition and protein that can help combat the country’s high rate of malnutrition. Recognizing this, WorldFish is partnering…

Conserving Hilsa and Building Livelihoods in Bangladesh
Mar 29, 2018 · Video

Conserving Hilsa and Building Livelihoods in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, many poor fishers struggle to cope during the government-imposed hilsa fishing ban. Boosting the resilience of the communities whose livelihoods depend on hilsa (also known as ilish), the national fish of Bangladesh, is therefore the goal of the…

 Chuma and Sifuba’s story: Overcoming economic imbalance in Zambia
Mar 28, 2018 · Video

Chuma and Sifuba’s story: Overcoming economic imbalance in Zambia

Chuma and Sifuba’s story features in one of the seven real-life video case studies that are part of the Moving Forward Together guide, produced by WorldFish and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.

Power and Potential: New Report on Women's Rights to Community Forests
Jun 01, 2017 · Video

Power and Potential: New Report on Women's Rights to Community Forests

A new analysis from RRI provides an unprecedented assessment of 80 legal frameworks regulating indigenous and rural women’s community forest rights in 30 developing countries comprising 78 percent of the developing world’s forests.

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: National Whistleblower Center is fighting wildlife crime corruption
Jun 01, 2017 · Video

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: National Whistleblower Center is fighting wildlife crime corruption

The Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge rewards science and tech innovations that fight wildlife crime. Congratulations to the National Whistleblower Center, one of the Challenge’s four Grand Prize Winners! They share a more than $900,000 Grand Prize to accelerate their exceptional…

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: The Uni. of Washington is using DNA tech to protect pangolins
Jun 01, 2017 · Video

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: The Uni. of Washington is using DNA tech to protect pangolins

The Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge rewards science and tech innovations that fight wildlife crime. Congratulations to the University of Washington, one of the Challenge’s four Grand Prize Winners! They share a more than $900,000 Grand Prize to accelerate their exceptional…

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: New York University is tackling online wildlife trafficking
May 31, 2017 · Video

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: New York University is tackling online wildlife trafficking

The Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge rewards science and tech innovations that fight wildlife crime. Congratulations to New York University, one of the Challenge’s four Grand Prize Winners! They share a more than $900,000 Grand Prize to accelerate their exceptional innovation,…

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: New England Aquarium is tackling wildlife trafficking at ports
May 31, 2017 · Video

Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge: New England Aquarium is tackling wildlife trafficking at ports

The Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge rewards science and tech innovations that fight wildlife crime. Congratulations to the New England Aquarium, one of the Challenge’s four Grand Prize Winners! They share a more than $900,000 Grand Prize to accelerate their exceptional…

Video: Enabling Climate Adaptation
Aug 12, 2016 · Video

Video: Enabling Climate Adaptation

Heather McGray, a WRI Senior Associate and climate adaptation expert, explains how to enable the rural poor to adapt to a changing climate. The livelihoods of the rural poor are rooted in the productivity of ecosystems. Climate change, however, is…

Last chance to save the Wild Tiger?
Aug 12, 2016 · Video

Last chance to save the Wild Tiger?

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USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah at the Mbagathi District Hospital
Aug 09, 2016 · Video

USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah at the Mbagathi District Hospital

Comments of USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah on his visit to Mbagathi District Hospital in Kenya and his meetings with HIV-positive patients.

Video: Tropical Land Use Change and Soil Carbon: Implications for REDD
Aug 09, 2016 · Video

Video: Tropical Land Use Change and Soil Carbon: Implications for REDD

Speaker Dr. Erika Marin-Spiotta of University of Wisconsin, presents results from field research and an analysis of published data from across the tropics to help predict the fate of soil carbon pools during different land use conversions. She presents different…

Video: Katoomba XVII Conference - June 2010
Aug 09, 2016 · Video

Video: Katoomba XVII Conference - June 2010

Opening Address - Katoomba XVII Conference in Vietnam

Video-Wildlife Works
Aug 09, 2016 · Video

Video-Wildlife Works

6 minute CNN newsclip about Wildlife Works.

Video on Biodiversity and Climate Change
Aug 02, 2016 · Video

Video on Biodiversity and Climate Change

The 2010 Biodiversity Target was agreed by all Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity in 2002: "to achieve by 2010 a significant reduction of the current rate of biodiversity loss at the global, regional and national level as a…

Diamonds, Development, and Property Rights (24 Minutes)
Aug 01, 2016 · Video

Diamonds, Development, and Property Rights (24 Minutes)

This video details the problems faced by diamond miners working with alluvial diamonds in the Central African Republic, and the challenges of affirming property rights at the grass roots level. The video briefly summarizes the 8-step process PRADD developed to…

More Than a Piece of Paper
Aug 01, 2016 · Video

More Than a Piece of Paper

This video details the 8-step process PRADD developed to make the customary property rights of tribal communities visible within the structure of national statutory laws. The PRADD process helps the miners document customary property rights claims, eventually moving towards legalizing…

Katoomba XVI Video 6: Amber Mace, ED - California Ocean Protection Council
Aug 01, 2016 · Video

Katoomba XVI Video 6: Amber Mace, ED - California Ocean Protection Council

Amber Mace, Executive Director of the California Ocean Protection Council, will shortly be opening the event and welcoming attendees on behalf of the state of California.

Katoomba XVI Video 5: Seth Caplan - conservation law foundation
Aug 01, 2016 · Video

Katoomba XVI Video 5: Seth Caplan - conservation law foundation

Seth Caplan is the Vice President for Climate Advocasy at the Coservation Law Foundation.  He came to California to share his experiences from New England -- on the opposite side of the country -- where his group has been experimenting…

 
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