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New Aquatic Nature Reserve Protects Critically Endangered River Dolphins in Borneo

The Irrawaddy Dolphin is technically an oceanic species, living along the coasts of Asia. But the dolphins also live in three river systems — the Mekong, the Irrawaddy and the Mahakam. And these freshwater populations are under greater threat than the oceanic populations. While the International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the global Irrawaddy […]

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Rainforest Trust Staff Spotlight: Katie Pugh

Rainforest Trust Africa Conservation Officer, Katie Pugh has found inspiration in the natural world for most of her life, but she realized she wanted to be a conservationist while she was earning her Bachelor’s in Biology at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia.  On a study abroad program in Belize focused in rainforest, mangrove […]

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Salimatu M. Dunnoh

Salimatu is a 2017 graduate of the University of Liberia College of Agriculture and Forestry, majoring in General Forestry. She has worked for the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) for over three years, first as a volunteer, and now as a Community Mobilization Officer. Her main responsibility is to create awareness […]

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Torwon T. Yantay

Torwon is trained in Cartography Science (GIS & RS) with 15 years professional work experience, skills, and training in map making and design (analog & digital designing). He has worked on many projects both within and outside of Liberia. He has also been trained in research design, data collection and different image analysis, using variety […]