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SCB News Blog

The SCB News Blog is the best source for member-oriented news from the Society for Conservation Biology. Here you'll find an account of what's new at SCB, coverage of SCB members in the news, and conservation-related commentary and reportage.

Come often and be informed of the goings-on in this global community of conservation professionals dedicated to advancing the science and practice of conserving Earth's biological diversity.

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Chapters Corner: Victoria University of Wellington (VUW)

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The Chapters Corner presents news and updates from SCB Chapters working around the world to conserve and protect Earth's biological diversity and nurture new leaders in the field of conservation biology. This month we look at the Victoria University of Wellington.

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Diet, Health, and Conservation Working Group

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SCB member Christa Rose wants to work with you to create a new Diet, Health, and Conservation Working Group.

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New Member Q&A: Marisa Cigliano

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Marisa Cigliano, daughter of Marine Section President, Dr. John Cigliano, recently joined SCB. Marisa is a high school senior at Parkland High School in Allentown, PA, USA and plans on studying environmental studies and conservation biology next year at a four year college.

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Section News: Africa

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Each issue of the SCB newsletter will feature an update from one of the Society's sections. This month's update comes from the Africa Section.

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Working Group Roundup: Religion and Conservation Biology

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Each issue of the SCB newsletter will feature an update from one of the Society's topical working groups. This month's update comes from the Religion and Conservation Biology Working Group.

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