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Anti-Poaching Technology in Africa Leads to Dozens of Arrests by Christin VanZant — last modified Jan 09, 2018 06:12 PM
World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) new anti-poaching technology, a combination of thermal imaging cameras and human detection software, is resulting in poacher arrests in eastern Africa. Nine months after the tech’s installation, more than two dozen poachers have been arrested in the Maasai Mara and two poachers have been apprehended at another undisclosed national park in Kenya.
Global Health News - Nov 2016 by Christin VanZant — last modified Aug 30, 2017 01:03 AM
Global Health Highlights from USAID
Oceana Celebrates Victory in Protecting Arctic Ocean from Offshore Drilling by Christin VanZant — last modified Aug 30, 2017 01:03 AM
Group Applauds Obama Administration for Removing Arctic and Atlantic Oceans from Five-Year Drilling Program, Calls for Protection of Atlantic from Seismic Airgun Blasting
USAID Partners with Monterey Bay Aquarium to Combat Illegal Fishing and Promote Sustainable Fisheries in Southeast Asia by Christin VanZant — last modified Aug 30, 2017 01:03 AM
Monterey, CA - The U.S. Agency for International Development Oceans and Fisheries Partnership (USAID Oceans) and California-based Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® launched a partnership to improve the traceability of seafood products entering the North American market. The partnership's goal is to increase sustainable fisheries management in the Asia-Pacific region, the world's largest seafood exporter and home to rich marine ecosystems.
USAID Announces Grand Prize Winners of the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge by Christin VanZant — last modified Aug 30, 2017 01:03 AM
For Immediate Release Thursday, September 1, 2016 USAID Press Office WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) today announced the four Grand Prize winners of the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge. With a combined award of more than $900,000, these Grand Prize winners' groundbreaking innovations will impact illegal trafficking in marine and terrestrial wildlife and are a testament to the power of science and technology to combat wildlife crime.
United States Announces $76 Million in Humanitarian Assistance for Yemen by Christin VanZant — last modified Mar 21, 2017 11:04 AM
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 USAID Press Office Today the United States announced more than $76 million in new humanitarian assistance to respond to the urgent needs of the Yemeni people throughout the country, bringing the total U.S. humanitarian assistance for Yemen to nearly $404 million since 2015.
National Sardine Management Framework Plan Underway by Christin VanZant — last modified Aug 30, 2017 01:03 AM
Manila – Sardines. Billions of them are caught, canned and consumed yearly. Here’s what you need to know to save these silver slivers of tastiness. Vast shoals of bullet-shaped sardines shoot through the world’s seas, frequenting its sunlit upper layers to gorge on wafting clouds of plankton. In turn, they are eaten by larger marine predators like sharks, dolphins and tuna. Sardines form the building blocks of the oceanic food chain.
ABCG Career Opportunites April 2017 by Christin VanZant — last modified Apr 13, 2017 02:26 PM
African Wildlife Foundation, Conservation Leadership and Management Program African Wildlife Foundation, Social Media Officer WCS, Business Development Manager for Niassa National Reserve IUCN, Senior Programme Officer, Conservation Areas and Species Diversity IUCN, Country Coordinator, Stabilizing Land Use Project ALU, MBA for Conservation Leaders ALU, Executive Director ALU, Learning Experience Designer Eagle Network, Field Investigations Officer Eagle Network, Organizational Development Officer Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, Graduate/Professional Training
ABCG Quarterly News Digest April 2017 by Christin VanZant — last modified May 02, 2017 07:45 PM
News Highlights, Recent Publications, Upcoming Events & Past Event Resources
Girls in the Garage - Upending expectations in northern Morocco by Christin VanZant — last modified Jul 10, 2017 03:36 PM
Women’s Work “In Morocco — and especially here in the north, in Tetouan, the jobs that women tend to do are hairdressing, cooking, patisserie…,” explains Najlae. Ever since she was a little girl, Najlae was fascinated by cars and motorbikes. She loved disassembling car parts and putting them back together. Though mechanics has always been her passion, Najlae thought it was a field reserved for boys.
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