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What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?
Restoring nature ‘the test of our generation’: UN General Assembly President
Australia joins global biodiversity alliance
Australia Joins International Alliance to Conserve Planet’s Biodiversity
World Environment Day Over £8m boost for international conservation
Worsening soil pollution threatens future food production and ecosystems, FAO-UNEP
World’s richest ecosystems grow on ancient soils
Urban life is not to everyone’s taste
Two new species of gigantic woolly flying squirrels discovered in Himalayas
Greens urge Government to stick to no new mines commitment in stewardship land review and reclassification
Marine reserve study offers insights to protect ocean life
Embedding biodiversity in all we do
Infertility poses major threat to biodiversity during climate change
Infertility poses ‘major threat’ to biodiversity during climate change, study warns
Consumption of Wildlife Drops Almost 30% Over Links to COVID-19
World set to miss environment-related Sustainable Development Goals – UN report
UK secures historic G7 commitments to tackle climate change and halt biodiversity loss by 2030
Earth’s vegetation is changing faster today than it has over last 18,000 years
Report reveals progress on environmentally protected areas, but quality must improve
World met target for protected area coverage on land, but quality must improve
Study finds pretty plants hog research and conservation limelight
Nobody cares about fugly flowers
New book explores causes and consequences of our biodiversity crisis
Ants, bees and wasps of Canada, Alaska and Greenland – a checklist of 9250 species
An OU-led study sheds new insight on forest loss and degradation in Brazilian Amazon
UN launches first artificial intelligence tool for rapid natural capital accounting
Without right financial strategies, New Zealand’s climate change efforts will remain unfinished business
‘Make or break moment’ for forests
U.S.-China statement Addressing Climate Crisis
Changes to European meteorological data policies threaten aerial biodiversity monitoring
UNESCO and VIVA Tech launch a call for AI-based solutions that benefit people and planet
Researchers create first global assessment of cumulative human impacts to at-risk marine species over time
Big Data Accelerates Biodiversity Research
New research to protect Perth’s woodlands
UNESCO convenes protectors of biodiversity and launches global movement to safeguard planet for all that live on it
An endangered bird is forgetting its song as species dies out
World at critical moment to deliver on 2030 Agenda – UN Deputy Secretary-General
Academic contributes to first global classification of Earth’s ecosystems
Protect forests, support forest communities, Guterres urges, marking World Wildlife Day
Toad breeding success is world first
Global catalogue of ecosystems launched to enable coordinated conservation efforts
Circular economy: a question of design
Latin American, Caribbean ministers commit to build back better and greener
One Planet – FAO’s work on biodiversity, One Health and climate
COVID-19 recovery offers ‘chance to change course’, Guterres tells One Planet Summit
Mountain people among world’s hungriest as biodiversity loss and climate change take their toll
Index reveals integrity issues for many of world’s forests
Over three quarters of worlds largest companies do not report risks from biodiversity loss: KPMG survey