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Corals are struggling, but they’re too abundant to go extinct, study says

Corals are struggling, but they’re too abundant to go extinct, study...

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A study has found that most reef-building coral species are not in imminent danger of being wiped off the planet because they are abundant...
‘We attack,’ Indonesia declares in joint bid with Malaysia to shield palm oil

‘We attack,’ Indonesia declares in joint bid with Malaysia to shield...

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Indonesia and Malaysia plan to mount a joint offensive to shore up the palm oil industry against criticism of the deforestation and conflicts associated...
‘There are no silver bullets’ in conservation: Synchronicity Earth’s Jessica Sweidan

‘There are no silver bullets’ in conservation: Synchronicity Earth’s Jessica Sweidan

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Conservation is complex. If it were easy, problems like the extinction crisis, human-wildlife conflict, overexploitation of forests and oceans, and habitat degradation and loss...
World Wildlife Day 2021: Forests and Livelihoods - Sustaining People and Planet

World Wildlife Day 2021: Forests and Livelihoods – Sustaining People and...

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Celebrating the livelihoods of communities who rely on forests, and the value of these ecosystems for both wildlife and all of humanity Covering nearly a...
Myanmar’s military coup is a blow to the nation’s stunning biodiversity

Myanmar’s military coup is a blow to the nation’s stunning biodiversity

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Myanmar is renowned as a biodiversity hotspot, and supports more than 230 globally threatened species. The military takeover in Myanmar this month is a serious setback for democratic reform. But...
Europe’s forests are under threat from a changing climate

Europe’s forests are under threat from a changing climate

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As much as 33.4 billion tons of forest biomass could be badly affected by a changing climate. Much of Europe experiences prolonged droughts and devastating...
California firm upcycles fire hoses used in fighting wildfires

California firm upcycles fire hoses used in fighting wildfires

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Tons of discarded fire hose used to fight California wildfires are used to make products and keep materials out of the landfill. Wildfires have raised...
Reforested areas rival mature forests in securing water, study finds

Reforested areas rival mature forests in securing water, study finds

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New research from Madagascar shows that young scrubby forests can in some ways be better at retaining water than older mature forests.They provide similar...
Chinese triads target Bolivia’s jaguars in search of ‘American tiger’ parts

Chinese triads target Bolivia’s jaguars in search of ‘American tiger’ parts

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An intelligence-gathering investigation by Earth League International and the Dutch national committee to the IUCN has revealed that Chinese-controlled trafficking syndicates are responsible for...
Q&A with documentary filmmaker Céline Cousteau

Q&A with documentary filmmaker Céline Cousteau

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Céline Cousteau, granddaughter of the legendary Jacques Cousteau, spent three years filming the lives of the inhabitants of the Javari Valley Indigenous Territory in...
Saving Africa’s biodiversity is a challenging but urgent necessity, says Rodger Schlickeisen

Saving Africa’s biodiversity is a challenging but urgent necessity, says Rodger...

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Rodger Schlickeisen made a name for himself in conservation circles from the early 1990s thanks to his leadership at Defenders of Wildlife, which grew...
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announces new modern and sustainable addition to the fleet as first KLM Cityhopper Embraer 195-E2 touches down at Schiphol

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announces new modern and sustainable addition to...

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The first Embraer 195-E2 from Brazil arrived at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol last week. The new aircraft type is both quieter and more economical than its predecessor the...
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