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Afghanistan Governor Habiba Sarabi and WCS conservationists discuss successes in Afghanistan, South Sudan, and Democratic Republic of Congo OCTOBER 31, 2011 – With ongoing nation-building efforts in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and most recently, South Sudan, the need to integrate conservation efforts with building democracy, stability, and economic growth is increasing. The Wildlife Conservation Society is pleased to invite you to its first EU panel discussion about ...
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New nation’s independence on July 9th represents hope for the world’s second largest terrestrial migration With USAID support, WCS is working with South Sudan’s government on protected area management and land-use planning NEW YORK (July 8, 2011) – As South Sudan officially breaks away to form a new nation on July 9, the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) emphasizes that the vast wildlife and habitat resources of...
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NPR reporter Frank Langfitt visits WCS’s Paul Elkan and Mike Kock on a mission to locate and radio-collar a group of elephants on the savannahs of South Sudan. The expedition is part of WCS’s work to protect the emerging nation’s remarkable wildlife from poachers and development.

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Media Availability: WCS President and CEO Steven SandersonWCS says vote for independence offers historic opportunity for conservation and sustainable natural resource managementWCS is an official partner with the government of Southern Sudan on wildlife conservation issues NEW YORK (January 10, 2011) – The following op-ed by WCS President and CEO Dr. Steven Sanderson was published this weekend: This Sunday, more than three million people in South Sudan are expected to vote in a referendum to c...
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