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#103600
2015-04-24

Exploding tourism threatens Inle Lake’s biodiversity

The Intha people who live on and around Inle Lake, in Myanmar, are renowned for their custom of fishing while rowing with one leg.

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#103601
2015-04-24

Biodiversity promotes multitasking in ecosystems

A new study of the complex interplay between organisms and their environment shows that biodiversity — the variety of organisms living on Earth — is even more important to the healthy functioning of ecosystems than previously thought.

News Headlines
#103602
2015-04-24

Soundscapes offer clues about coral reef communities

They made recordings of ambient noises at 42 reef sites at three different times of day, and compared these to habitat and fish community surveys taken at the same time.

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#103603
2015-04-24

Putting a price on the world's oceans

A new WWF report says puts the annual gross marine product at $2.5 trillion, which makes it more valuable than all but six of the world's economies. But for all that, it is continually exploited.

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#103604
2015-04-24

Worth saving: landscapes we don't want to lose to climate change

As Earth Day turns 45, share your story about the natural or urban landscape you most want to save. The most compelling submissions will be featured in a Guardian video Climate change isn’t the future. It’s happening now and threatening some of the most remarkable ecosystems on the planet.

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#103605
2015-04-24

Jaws meets kangaroo? Rare, cute pocket shark found

Think Jaws meets a kangaroo, with maybe a touch of cute kitten, and you've got the aptly named pocket shark — the newest and rarest species found off the U.S. coast.

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#103606
2015-04-24

Ethiopia: Sustainable Development Goals - Means to Strengthen Global Partnership

When the World Economic Forum (WEF) met last January in Switzerland, attended mostly by the rich and the super-rich, the London-based charity Oxfam unveiled a report with an alarming statistic: if current trends continue, the world's richest one percent would own more than 50 percent of the worl ...

News Headlines
#103608
2015-04-24

Washington State Turns to Neurotoxins to Save Its Oysters

Six decades ago, when Dick Sheldon first got into the oyster business, the tide flats of Washington states Willapa Bay were almost free of blight. There were no crabs (well, almost none) and Sheldon used to hike onto the mud at low tide, with a bucket for oysters

News Headlines
#103590
2015-04-23

Oceans are 'worth US$24 trillion'

Marine scientist Ove Hoegh-Guldberg explains the rationale behind pricing the ocean.

News Headlines
#103591
2015-04-23

In Indonesia, making REDD+ about carbon won't help biodiversity: study

In Indonesia, preferential targeting of REDD+ projects in high-carbon areas won't do much for biodiversity.

News Headlines
#103593
2015-04-23

Japanese zoo association suspended by world body over Taiji dolphin hunts

World Association of Zoos and Aquariums takes action against Japanese member representing aquariums that take dolphins from Taiji hunt

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#103594
2015-04-23

Striking a Deal to Save the World's Forests

Tucked away in the Himalayas you'll find Bhutan -- one of the smallest countries in the world, but blessed with an abundance of natural treasures and beauty. It's a fairy-tale landscape.

News Headlines
#103595
2015-04-23

How financial power can be used to save iconic species from extinction

On Earth Day 2015, prospects for many of the planet’s most iconic species look bleak

News Headlines
#103596
2015-04-23

Inuit Wisdom and Polar Science Are Teaming Up to Save the Walrus

Traditional knowledge and scientific study are helping us begin to understand what a changing Arctic means for the marine mammal

News Headlines
#103597
2015-04-23

Germany pushes climate insurance for developing countries

2015 is a fateful year for the international community’s development and climate goals.

News Headlines
#103598
2015-04-23

European GMO Ban: Backlash Follows EU Proposal To Let States Decide Whether To Import Genetically Modified Produce

After the European Union proposed Wednesday to allow its 28 member countries to decide individually whether they wanted to ban or allow the importation of genetically modified organisms, food industry groups and the U.S. government reacted promptly, and with some ire.

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#103580
2015-04-22

UN urged to demand free access to crop data

A petition has been filed urging the UN to create a legal framework requiring governments to make data from the genetic sequencing of plants freely available.

News Headlines
#103581
2015-04-22

Climate change: Paris 'last chance' for action

Scientists are calling on world leaders to sign up to an eight-point plan of action at landmark talks in Paris.

News Headlines
#103582
2015-04-22

Arctic beetles may be ideal marker of climate change

Researchers need to find ways to measure how the changes in climate are affecting biodiversity.

News Headlines
#103583
2015-04-22

Global warming more moderate than worst-case models, empirical data suggest

A study based on 1,000 years of temperature records suggests global warming is not progressing as fast as it would under the most severe emissions scenarios outlined by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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#103584
2015-04-22

World's largest sovereign wealth fund takes stand against deforestation

Norway's Government Pension Fund Global — the world's largest sovereign wealth fund — is adopting standards to avoid investing in companies linked to tropical deforestation, sending a strong signal that forest destruction is not an acceptable practice for responsible businesses, reports Rainfore ...

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#103585
2015-04-22

India plans more tiger reserves on the back of jump in numbers

India is planning to create three more tiger reserves in the country, environment minister Prakash Javadekar announced in the parliament on Tuesday. The development comes in the wake of a recent survey that showed that the tiger population is rising.

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#103586
2015-04-22

‘The power to change begins with you,’ says Ban, urging sustainable choices on Mother Earth Day

22 April 2015 – Humanity is well aware of the devastating damage and pollution it have wrought on planet Earth, and “even with this knowledge, we have yet to change our ways,” United Nations Secretary-General said today urging people to reset their relationship with nature and every living being ...

News Headlines
#103587
2015-04-22

Tribal peoples have a crucial role to play in global conservation

Tribal peoples are generally the best conservationists; they have managed their lands sustainably for many generations. Forcibly removing tribal peoples from their land usually results in environmental damage. Such removals are a violation of human rights and should be opposed by conservationists.

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#103588
2015-04-22

This Earth Day, Let's Celebrate the Role of Zoos and Aquariums in Conservation

Earth Day is a moment to reflect upon global efforts to protect our planet and its species from a variety of threats. For many of us, this work is taking place right in our own communities - at the zoos, aquariums, and botanical gardens that are a part of many of our lives.

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