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The Landscape Conservation Department and the Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders of Wildlife work closely on a variety of projects. The Center hosts climate change-related documents as a part of that partnership.

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Endorse Read the letter View signatories More info Partners Click here for social media toolkit. Credits for threatened and endangered species images California condor (Gymnogyps californianus). Photo: USFWS Cobana Negra (Stahlia monosperma). Photo: USFWS Eastern indigo snake (Drymarchon couperi).

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Home Read the article View signatories Background Partners DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE REPORT The BioScience article was inspired by Defenders of Wildlife’s report ‘In the Shadow of the Wall’. This report explores the biodiversity conservation consequences of extending the U.S.-Mexico border wall in detail. See the full report. MEDIA Huffington Post: Scientists warn Trump’s border wall would be a disaster for wildlife The Washington Post: Thousands of scientists object to Trump’s border wall The Hill: Thousands of scientists endorse study on border wall’s threat to wildlife Independent: Donald Trump’s US-Mexico border wall is major threat to wildlife, scientists warn Mongabay: 2700 scientists issue call to action on border wall wildlife threat MSN (video): Scientists say the border wall could harm wildlife Scientific American (podcast): Border wall could disrupt hundreds of species See more articles and social media This project is a partnership with Alliance of World Scientists and the Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders of Wildlife.

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Home Read the article View signatories Background Partners This project is a partnership with Alliance of World Scientists and Defenders of Wildlife. The Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) is an international assembly of scientists, which is independent of both governmental and non-governmental organizations and corporations. They submit, that in order to prevent widespread misery caused by catastrophic damage to the biosphere, humanity must practice more environmentally sustainable alternative to business-as-usual.

Scientists' Call to Action: The U.S.-Mexico Border Wall Threatens Biodiversity and Binational Conservation

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Home Read the article View signatories Background Partners COMING SOON! * { box-sizing: border-box; } Scientist Signatories: 3011 Total Kenneth Able McArthur, CA, United States University At Albany, State University Of New York Briana Abrahms Seattle, WA, United States Leif Abrell Tucson, AZ, United States Gregory Acciaioli Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia The University Of Western Australia Karina Acevedo-Whitehouse Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico

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Endorse Read the letter View signatories More info Partners Credits for threatened and endangered species images North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis). Photo: NMFS Virginia big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii virginianus). Photo: USFWS Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo: Advocat Rusty patched bumble bee (Bombus affinis).

Women in the Outdoors Panel

Wild Wilderness Women, Endangered Species Protection Network, and Mappy Hour are excited to join forces to bring to you a 'Women in the Outdoors Panel.' Come join us at Arc'teryx to hear from three amazing women who are contributing in unique ways to …

Conservation Cartography: From Patagonia to Sounds of the Wild West

As we move out of the information age and into the attention age, conservation organizations need new tools to tell their story, stand out in the crowd, and connect with their audience. ...