April 2022

Promoting Biodiversity and Climate Resiliency through Partnership with the Community

Stewardship of its rich natural resources is central to the future of the Dominican Republic, both to protect its biodiversity and to ensure economic growth. …

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July 2021

The Domino Effects of Climate Change

By Isabel Nieves, Intern We often hear about the devastating effects of climate change and the future consequences if we do not begin taking greater …

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US, UK fund for reducing Bangladesh river pollution

The USA and the UK have co-founded a USD 297,000 advocacy project to reduce pollution caused by different rivers in Bangladesh’s Dhaka district.

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Initiative Taken to Promote Clean Dhaka Rivers


US, UK fund for reduction of Dhaka’s river pollution

Through the $297,000 USAID grant, Water Keepers Bangladesh (WKB) will implement a robust advocacy initiative to monitor and control Dhaka City water, air, and noise quality.

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2019 — 2022

Integrated Marine Ecosystem Management in Northern Hispaniola

CHALLENGE Northern Hispaniola is one of the top regions in the world impacted by climate change. To combat this challenge, more must be done to …

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A Reflection on Counterpart International’s Global Ambassador Speaker Series

Dominican Today

Coral nurseries evaluation season in Dominican Republic continues

Science magazine

Avoiding the climate failsafe point

Counterpart International Board member Thomas E. Lovejoy on the potential of ecosystem restoration.

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Sharing Climate Solutions Globally Strengthens Coastal Communities

Beaches with powdery white sand and crystal clear water … rich mangrove forests and vibrant coral reefs…  all of this stunning beauty was the perfect …

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