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Coastal Jaguars

This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world. Photographs by iLCP Fellow Sebastian Kennerknecht/Panthera Text by Betsy Painter Along the borders of Tortuguero beach in Costa Rica, sturdy tree trunks guard the…

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Saving a Crown Jewel

This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world. Text and Photos by iLCP Fellow Krista Schlyer   On a late January afternoon the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge trails are quiet,…

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Downwind: Living in the Shadows of Houston’s Refineries

This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the National Geographic News Watch blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world. Text and Photos by iLCP Senior Fellow Karen Kasmauski. When a balloon floats towards the sky, two-year old Rosalina Chronister tells her…

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Why WildSpeak

Register for WildSpeak today: www.wildpseak.org This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Written by Betsy Painter with images from iLCP Fellows. So bring on the rebels, the ripples from pebbles, the painters, and poets, and plays… here’s to the fools who dream, crazy as they may seem. –La…

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A Tale of Two Houstons: Inequality in America’s Fossil Fuel Capital

This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world. ILCP Fellow Garth Lenz shares about his investigative photojournalism experience in Port Arthur, Texas, and the Greater Houston area,…

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Celebrating the Best of the Worst with the Wildlife Photo Fail Awards 2017

Robin Moore is a Senior Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) and Communications Director with Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC). Earlier this month, GWC invited photographers to share the best of their worst shots on Instagram with the launch of the #WildlifePhotoFail Awards 2017. Entering the final week for submissions, Robin shares his…

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Chainsaws & Tree Huggers in the Land of Fairy Tales

– how WWF and IKEA are marrying commerce and conservation in Maramureș, Romania, and helping protect some of Europe’s last remaining old growth forests Photographs by iLCP Fellow James Morgan, words by Justin Woolford for WWF. This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the…

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1Frame4Nature | Goldilocks, the Sheep and the Predator

Post by iLCP Fellow and French conservation photographer Denis Palanque.  What YOU Can Do:  Take the time to meet people and discuss with them. Expose your points of view and arguments with passion and conviction. Make your voice heard. Learn about your local habitats and wildlife conflict. No cause is lost. Everyone can change their minds. Write…

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Small Fisheries, Big Impacts: Artisanal Fishers Hook in Hope for Alleviating Poverty

Text and Photos by iLCP Fellow Paul Hilton. This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world. Many of my photographic assignments have taken me to the front…

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1Frame4Nature | Amplifying the Big Picture

What YOU Can Do:  Learn about your local habitats and wildlife and speak passionately to friends, family and colleagues—enthusiasm is infectious. Identify ways in which wildlife could do better and do your best to make it happen. Here in the UK for example, many local councils have a policy of strimming roadside verges. Write to…

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1Frame4Nature | American Icon in the Alaskan Horizon

What YOU Can Do:  Take a moment to celebrate the times of awe and wonder you’ve experienced in nature, and be thankful. Carve out opportunities in your future schedules to go exploring in the wilderness to create more memories to share and appreciate. –1Frame4Nature is a collection of images and stories from around the globe…

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1Frame4Nature | A Vessel of Life in the Philippine Seas

What YOU Can Do:  Reduce your carbon footprint: Ride your bike or walk to work, and use public transportation or share a ride whenever possible. Committing to it, even just once a week, is a consistent contribution that reduces fossil fuel use. –1Frame4Nature is a collection of images and stories from around the globe of…

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1Frame4Nature | Under the Mangrove Sea

What YOU Can Do: Start a conversation about the importance of mangroves with your friends and family. Explore, interact with, and share the data at datamares.ucsd.edu. Learn about the amazing animals and communities that mangroves support at maresmexicanos.com. –1Frame4Nature is a collection of images and stories from around the globe of your personal connection to…

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