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Marine Turtles: Worth more alive than dead
Marine turtle tourism brings in almost three times as much money as the sale of turtle products ...
Debt swap yields $10 million for tropical forest conservation in Colombia
Colombia today unveiled a debt-for-nature swap with the US that will allow it to invest at least ...
Conserving Turtles on a Global Scale
Large and diverse human-related impacts have undermined the ability of many turtle populations to ...
UK Privy Council rules against challenge to proposed dam in Belize
The latest round in the three-year battle over plans to build a dam on the Upper Macal River in ...
Global status review of the hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) with an emphasis on Wider Caribbean Sea
Historic challenge to proposed dam in Belize
Belizean environmentalists are challenging their government's approval of a controversial dam in ...
WWF and Central American authorities join forces to ensure better-managed fisheries
WWF and the Central American Organization of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector will work ...
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Playing dominoes in the sea
It's worth more alive than dead because it's a resource, a treasure of the sea. If we know how to ...
Fact Sheet: Greater Antilles marine ecoregion
Geographic location: North-western Antillean islands including Bahamas, Cayman Islands (UK), Cuba, ...
Fact Sheet: Southern Caribbean marine ecoregion
Geographic location: Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Netherlands Antilles (NL), Trinidad and Tobago.