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Maps of a species’ range can be very coarse–the resolution of whole counties or even states–but that’s usually …

A few weeks ago, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) released the summary of …

When you think of the U.S.-Mexico border, a myriad of ‘hot-button’ issues may go through your head. Ethical dilemmas, …

At the Center for Conservation Innovation our mission is to find new and improved ways to protect species that are close to the brink …

The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is considered one of the strongest laws in the world for protecting wildlife, and for good reason. …

The ESA is often considered one of the strongest laws in the world for wildlife conservation, in part because of the prohibition …

It’s no secret that the Trump administration is attacking science. One environmental attack is particularly appalling, but …

A key element of creating informed and reliable maps of species distributions is using data from publicly available community science …

Out on a mountainside in Hawaii are a bunch of snails we’re concerned about. Some we’re concerned about because their …

We’re kicking off the CCI Seminar Series with a talk on brand-new–not even published (but soon to be)–science of …