Interview of the Week, Teresa Ish, Walton Family Foundation click button

Interview of the Week, Teresa Ish, Walton Family Foundation

Teresa Ish is a Senior Program Officer at the Walton Family Foundation, where she oversees the foundation’s work conserving oceans and fisheries in the U.S. and through changing market practices to improve sustainability.  Here are some of the highlights of the interview: On Persuading Businesses to Be More Sustainable: “If you run a seafood business […]

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The Link Between Climate Change and Biodiversity

The Link Between Climate Change and Biodiversity

Climate change has emerged as a leading cause of biodiversity loss. As Scientific American noted, it will be the fastest-growing cause of species loss in the Americas by midcentury and in Africa it could cause some animals to decline by as much as 50 percent by the end of the century, and up to 90 […]

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Room to Roam

Room to Roam

By Beth Allgood, U.S. Country Director, International Fund for Animal Welfare The plight of endangered wildlife has been brought sharply into focus in recent months by an alarming report from some of the world’s most renowned scientists warning that nature is in rapid decline globally with the rate of extinction accelerating beyond levels previously imagined. […]

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