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A key piece of the land and climate puzzle (commentary)

Scientists contributing to...

Cooperative agroforestry empowers indigenous women in Honduras

The Lenca indigenous group in a dry region of Honduras has practiced agroforestry for millennia, planting timber and fruit trees over food and medicine...

Q&A with IPBES ex-chair Robert Watson

The World Bank...

Making room for wild foods in forest conservation

The first-ever FAO...

New species of superb bird-of-paradise has special dance moves

Until recently, researchers thought that the island of New Guinea was home to a single species of the superb bird-of-paradise, the bird with the...

Largest coral reef survey in French Polynesia offers hope

Researchers who studied and...

Giraffe trade to be monitored, strictly regulated

Until recently, there...
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