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CI mourns the tragic loss of conservationist and esteemed colleague Eduardo Marcelino Veado. We offer our sincere condolences to his family and friends.

CEPF In Focus: It's Tea Time in South Africa
Partner Profile: Starbucks and Coffee Conversations Podcast
Feature: Dixie Chicks Go Carbon Neutral
Newsletter: Conservation Frontlines (download the PDF–3.3MB)
2005 Annual Report: Outcomes and financials - read the report

 Dixie Chicks

Chicks Go Carbon Neutral
The Dixie Chicks are singing a new song that conservationists hope will catch on. The group has partnered with CI to offset the carbon footprint associated with its 2006 Accidents and Accusations concert tour.
>> Watch a video.
>> Offset your CO2.

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