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The Wildlife Trade Permeates the Biological Tree of Life and Threatens Biodiversity – But Still Largely Remains a Mystery
In recent years, the market economy has become the market society. The virus could reverse that trend.
The 50th annual call for environmental reform falls at a time when the health of people and nature has never been more urgent.
Exclusive: Destruction of wildlife and the climate crisis is hurting humanity, with Covid-19 a ‘clear warning shot’, say experts
On International Day of Forests, we join with the United Nations to draw attention to the urgent need for general recognition of the key role these treed landscapes play in combating climate change and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), targets aimed at alleviating poverty.
Stanford researchers uncover benefits of diversified farms for protecting wildlife and buffering against climate change
The researchers found that farms with diverse crops planted together provide more secure, stable habitats for wildlife and are more resilient to climate change than the single-crop standard that dominates today’s agriculture industry.
Wealthy nations could be asked to make significant financial contributions to biodiverse countries such as Brazil under proposals put forward during talks on a global agreement to halt and reverse biodiversity decline.
Scientists warn that Earth’s sixth mass extinction may be underway, and man may only have 10 years to take drastic steps and protect planet’s vital plant and animal life
As last year's news headlines have made all too clear, nature is in a state of emergency.
The government’s Natural Capital Committee (NCC) has found ‘limited evidence’ that natural capital is being considered in policy appraisals and has said this must be ‘urgently addressed’ to avoid further degradation of the country’s natural assets.