1. Water Scarcity

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    In the fall of 2012, Voices for Biodiversity teamed up with American University and the School of Communication's Visual Literacy (COMM 105) class, taught by Kimberley R. Williams. The curriculum…

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    • Brilliant Baboons

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      Voices for Biodiversity interviewed primatologist Paula Pebsworth in South Africa in 2009, while she was conducting fieldwork for her doctoral dissertation. Pebsworth discusses how baboons self-medicate…

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      • The Taos Youth Art & Biodiversity Project

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        In June 2011, Voices for Biodiversity launched its youth biodiversity initiative online and to demonstrate its commitment to its mission, the Taos Biodiversity Youth Art Project was formed. This film…

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        • Bonnie Lee Black: How to Cook A Crocodile

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          Bonnie Lee Black, author of "How to Cook a Crocodile," describes her Peace Corps experience in Gabon at age fifty and reads from her book about her experiences there.

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          • Izilwane's Vision

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            Anthropologist Tara Waters Lumpkin, PhD, speaks about her nonprofit project, Izilwane (which means "animal" in Zulu). Izilwane explores a new ecological paradigm based on enhancing the relationship…

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            • Izilwane South Africa: Bushman Cave Paintings

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              Anthropologist Tara Waters Lumpkin explores the relationship between human beings and animals, both past and present, in her visit to the Kamberg Bushman/San Cave Paintings in the Drakensberg Mountains…

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              • The Mekong Diaries: The People's River

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                On the banks of the Mekong in the capital of Laos in Vientiane, people lives are intimately connected to the river.

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                • The Mekong Diaries: China Cutting the Lancang Jiang

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                  As the Mekong changes its name and wends it way through the highlands of Yunnan Province, the massive scale of China's plans to dam the mighty river are readily apparent.

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                  • The Mekong Diaries: Vietnam The End of the River

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                    At the mouth of the river, climate change is affecting the lives of both those who fish the river and those who fish in the sea.

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                    • The Mekong Diaries: Vietnam The Floating World

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                      The Mekong Delta has traditionally served as a nexus of commerce to the people of southern Vietnam, but now development is threatening the livelihoods of the area's residents.

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