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#112672
2017-04-28

FEATURE: UN’s mission to keep plastics out of oceans and marine life

27 April 2017 – There will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans by 2050 unless people stop using single-use plastic items such as plastic bags and plastic bottles, according to figures cited by the United Nations.

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#112673
2017-04-28

Huge Arctic report ups estimates of sea-level rise

The Arctic is warming more than twice as fast as the rest of the planet, shows a huge assessment of the region. The warming is hastening the melting of Arctic ice and boosting sea-level rise.

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#112674
2017-04-28

FEATURED VIDEO: Harnessing the Eco Superpowers of Bamboo

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Apr 28 2017 (IPS) - The bamboo plant can be found in abundance in several Caribbean countries, but the director of the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR), Dr. Hans Friederich, says its importance in dealing with climate change has been missed by many of these ...

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#112675
2017-04-28

New Action Plan to help regions defend biodiversity and reap the economic benefits of nature protection

The European Commission has adopted a new Action Plan to improve the protection of nature and biodiversity in the EU, for the benefit of its citizens and the economy.

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#112676
2017-04-28

Trump's Mexican border wall could be death knell for endangered species

US President Donald Trump has long promised to build a 20ft high wall along America's southern border with Mexico - a promise that has led to international ridicule, and diplomatic spats between the two countries.

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#112677
2017-04-28

Can Arctic ecosystems survive without river icings?

Winter ice deposits that form on top of Arctic rivers and provide crucial water for ecosystems in the summer are melting far earlier with each successive year.

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#112678
2017-04-28

As forests disappear, human-elephant conflict escalates in Nepal

Farmers in the Terai region of Nepal face jumbo threats on a day-to-day basis, resulting in damage to crop yields, destruction of their homes, and, in some cases, even a death in the family.

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#112679
2017-04-28

Drying waterways leave a parched Nepal struggling for water

Wells, streams and ponds are drying in Nepal, forcing families to travel ever further for water - or consider leaving home permanently

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#112680
2017-04-28

Climate Change: What Do The Scientists Really Say?

“You don’t actually have to go a hundred years or a thousand years into the future before things can get quite disrupted relative to today.”

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#112681
2017-04-28

Tanzania: Learning By Practice - Students Exposed to Conservation

SINGITA Grumeti's commitment to conservation, development and community outreach come together in perfect harmony in the establishment of the Singita Grumeti Environmental Educational Center in Tanzania.

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#112682
2017-04-28

Scientists turn to robots to battle invasive species

WASHINGTON -- A robot zaps and vacuums up venomous lionfish in Bermuda. A helicopter pelts Guam's trees with poison-baited dead mice to fight the voracious brown tree snake. A special boat with giant winglike nets stuns and catches Asian carp in the U.S. Midwest.

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#112683
2017-04-28

Conservationist Lena Chan: Singapore’s very own ‘mother nature’ at work

Over the past decade, Singapore has progressed by leaps and bounds in preserving its natural heritage despite the ever-present pressure of urban development.

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#112659
2017-04-27

Illegal trade threatens nearly half the world’s natural heritage sites: WWF

Wildlife crime plagues nearly half of the world’s natural UNESCO World Heritage sites, according to a new WWF report.

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#112660
2017-04-27

The meat hook: satiating Asia’s demand for beef

Beef has never been a favored meat in most of Asia. Cows are harder to raise than chickens and pigs, which take up less space and can be fed scraps.

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#112661
2017-04-27

New Generation Rallies to Climate Cause in Trinidad

PORT OF SPAIN, Apr 26 2017 (IPS) - As two environmental activist groups in Trinidad and Tobago powered by young volunteers prepare to ramp up their climate change and sustainability activism, they are also contemplating their own sustainability and how they can become viable over the long-term.

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#112662
2017-04-27

Should penguins be an animal attraction

Penguins are cute to watch, which makes them ideal candidates for animal attractions. But are the sensitive animals really cut out for life in zoos, spas and entertainment parks?

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#112663
2017-04-27

Europe's meat and dairy farming vulnerable as climate change worsens water scarcity - study

ROME, April 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Water scarcity half a world away caused by climate change could push up prices for meat and diary products in Europe by disrupting supplies of soybean, which is widely used as feed for livestock, researchers said Wednesday.

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#112664
2017-04-27

Driven to brink of extinction, wild Quebec caribou herd being moved to a zoo

MONTREAL — For environmentalists who have fought for decades to protect a shrinking caribou herd outside Val d’Or, Que., it is the final indignity.

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#112665
2017-04-27

Palm oil production, development and the environment

At the beginning of April, the European Parliament voted in favour of a resolution on palm oil and rainforest destruction that includes setting up a single certification scheme for palm oil imports by 2020 to guarantee that only sustainably produced palm oil enters the European Union market and ...

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#112667
2017-04-27

Red Sea Resort Town Eilat Invaded by Notorious Sea Squirts That Could Harm Coral

Eilat is home to Israel’s one and only coral reef, which is quite the tourism magnet

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#112668
2017-04-27

Half of All Species Are on the Move—And We're Feeling It

As climate change displaces everything from moose to microbes, it’s affecting human foods, businesses, and diseases.

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#112669
2017-04-27

Africa's Indigenous Technology for Rural Women Economic Empowerment

Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu's documentary looking at ways in which indigenous knowledge and technological advancement can provide opportunities for women living in rural Rwanda.

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#112670
2017-04-27

How The Oceans Became Choked With Plastic

Imagine an area 34 times the size of Manhattan. Now imagine it covered ankle-deep in plastic waste — piles of soda bottles and plastic bags, takeout containers by the mile, drinking straws as far as the eye can see.

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#112671
2017-04-27

Scientists find new population of endangered cats in Borneo

April 28 (UPI) -- Scientists have discovered a new population of bay cats, an elusive cat species endemic to Borneo.

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#112650
2017-04-26

Cheer up! Can optimism help protect the environment?

Is the state of our environment really all doom and gloom? The first Conservation Optimism Summit suggests a need, as well as a cause, for optimism.

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#112651
2017-04-26

The Arctic Is a Profoundly Different Place Now

The changes in the region are so significant they will have implications across the globe

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#112652
2017-04-26

Millions of Colombians at risk to climate change: minister

Climate change has put nearly 12 million Colombians at risk from natural disasters like flooding and landslides, which could kill hundreds and cause serious infrastructure damage, the environment minister said on Tuesday.

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#112653
2017-04-26

Clarifying misconceptions on gender and risk

Discussions on risk reduction will be centre stage over the coming months, and gender will undoubtedly enter the conversation.

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#112654
2017-04-26

Extinction risk for many species vastly underestimated, study suggests

A new study indicates that the number of plant and animal species at risk of extinction may be considerably higher than previously thought. A team of researchers, however, believe they've come up with a formula that will help paint a more accurate picture.

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#112655
2017-04-26

Peru to reinforce natural protected areas conservation with German support

Lima, Apr. 25. Peru will strengthen conservation of various marine and coastal protected areas thanks to a €10-million contribution by the German Government, Environment Minister Elsa Galarza announced on Tuesday.

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#112656
2017-04-26

Scientists keep increasing their projections for how much the oceans will rise this century

A report by a leading research body monitoring the Arctic has found that previous projections of global sea level rise for the end of the century could be too low, thanks in part to the pace of ice loss of Arctic glaciers and the vast ice sheet of Greenland.

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#112657
2017-04-26

Can we eat our way out of the lionfish invasion?

Yes, say chefs and conservationists. But only if traps or robots can bring in more lionfish from depths divers can't reach.

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#112658
2017-04-26

Wind, rain play key role in breeding patterns of migratory tree swallows

Wind and precipitation play a crucial role in advancing or delaying the breeding cycles of North American tree swallows, according to the results of a new study.

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#112637
2017-04-25

The Antarctic too is under stress and threat

We are hearing more and more about stress, and threats to the Arctic, but not so much about Antarctica.

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#112638
2017-04-25

Tanzania Losing Too Much Forest Cover, Says Minister

Dodoma — The Minister of State in Vice President's Office (Union Affairs and Environment), Mr January Makamba, yesterday told the Parliament that serious measures are required to save the country from environmental disaster.

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#112639
2017-04-25

How Warming Is Profoundly Changing a Great Northern Wilderness

The abrupt change in direction of a Yukon river because of a rapidly melting glacier has attracted international attention.

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#112641
2017-04-25

Climate change predicted to increase Nile flow variability

Climate change could lead to overall increase in river flow, but more droughts and floods, study shows

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#112642
2017-04-25

Climate change offers huge investment opportunity: experts

TEPIC, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Climate change should be grasped as an opportunity to attract vast capital flows into low-carbon investments, create jobs and spur economic growth, rather than viewed as a money-absorbing burden, top officials and experts said.

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#112643
2017-04-25

Land of rising temperatures: The cultural effects of climate change in Japan

TOKYO—— With contrasts being such a notable feature of life in Japan, it is no surprise that – like in most countries – opinions of older and younger generations on climate change are so different.

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#112644
2017-04-25

Saving Elephants Is Good For Business

Picture Kenya. You’d be forgiven for defaulting to mainstream media imagery of people in poverty - starvation, flies, and sprawling slums. Or perhaps you picture an open savannah at sunset, the red glow silhouetting a herd of elephants as they move slowly across the horizon.

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#112645
2017-04-25

More Antarctic protections urged on World Penguin Day

The world needs to do more to protect the Antarctic wilderness and its wildlife, scientists warned Tuesday, as they marked World Penguin Day.

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#112646
2017-04-25

Climate change could transform gardens

Artificial lawns, plants from arid countries and flower beds designed to cope with floods are among future features of UK gardens outlined in a major new report.

News Headlines
#112628
2017-04-24

Road verges 'last refuge' for plants - conservation charity

Roadside verges are becoming the last refuge for some of the rarest wild flowers and plants in the UK, according to a conservation charity.

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#112629
2017-04-24

Bamboo Gaining Traction in Caribbean as Climate Savior

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Apr 24 2017 (IPS) - Keen to tap its natural resources as a way to boost its struggling economy, Guyana struck a multi-million-dollar deal with Norway in 2009.

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#112630
2017-04-24

Kenyans turn to camels to cope with climate change

While parts of Kenya are becoming drier, a growing number of people are starting to keep camels. The animals are more drought-resistant than cows - and their highly nutritious milk is catching on around the world.

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#112631
2017-04-24

Biodiversity hit by depletion in West Africa hotspot

Intensified pressure on natural resources by human beings is having a damaging effect on biodiversity in the Guinean Forests of West Africa hotspot, and could lead to a loss of countless ecosystem services to humanity and biodiversity in the region, stakeholders have warned.

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#112632
2017-04-24

Japan to exceed bluefin tuna quota amid warnings of commercial extinction

Conservationists call on Japan to abide by fishing agreements after reports annual quota will be exceeded two months early

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#112633
2017-04-24

The Unfolding Tragedy of Climate Change in Bangladesh

A three-foot rise in sea level would submerge almost 20 percent of the country and displace more than 30 million people—and the actual rise by 2100 could be significantly more

News Headlines
#112634
2017-04-24

Conservation not an effective tool for reducing infectious disease in people, study finds

Conservation projects that protect forests and encourage a diversity of plants and animals can provide many benefits to humans.

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#112635
2017-04-24

Collective forest tenure reforms: Where do we go from here?

The recent World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, held this past March in Washington D.C., provided a unique opportunity to reflect on collective land tenure reforms not only from a research point of view, but also from that of governments.

News Headlines
#112612
2017-04-21

Empowerment of women worldwide key to achieving competing goals

World hunger and biodiversity loss can both be addressed by ensuring that women worldwide have access to education and contraception, an interdisciplinary team of experts argues.

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#112613
2017-04-21

Science is core to saving wildlife

The following statement was issued today by Wildlife Conservation Society President and CEO Cristian Samper on the importance of science to wildlife conservation:

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#112614
2017-04-21

Mapping indigenous lands in Indonesia’s tallest mountains

ASOLOKOBAL, Indonesia — Laurensius Lani’s footsteps can be heard at dawn alongside the traditional honay thatched-roof houses of the Baliem Valley, here in the archipelago country’s eastermost Papua province.

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#112615
2017-04-21

'Climate change allows terrorists to thrive'

A report commissioned by the German foreign office shows how in scenarios of instability and conflict, climate change can contribute to the emergence and growth of terrorist groups such as Boko Haram or "Islamic State."

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#112616
2017-04-21

Status of forests is 'dire' as world marks 2017 Earth Day

They cover a third of the world’s landmass, help to regulate the atmosphere, and offer shelter, sustenance and survival to millions of people, plants and animals.

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#112617
2017-04-21

CBD Secretariat Prioritizes Biodiversity Mainstreaming for SDG Achievement

April 2017: Meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Executive Secretary Cristiana Paşca Palmer said her top priority is to raise the profile and political visibility of the Convention while working cooperatively with other entities to achieve ...

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#112618
2017-04-21

QUNO Briefs: Food Security Needs Farmers In Global Discussions, Agricultural Biodiversity

The participation of small-scale farmers at the table of international negotiations and the protection of agricultural biodiversity are key to food security, according to the Quaker United Nations Office, which published last month two policy briefs with a list of recommendations.

News Headlines
#112619
2017-04-21

Food and Conservation Groups Invest in Soil to Sustain Food Production

A national effort to enhance farm sustainability through soil health has additional backing from a major consumer foods manufacturer.

News Headlines
#112621
2017-04-21

Sustainable tourism

The United Nations General Assembly declared 2017 ‘The International Year of Sustainable Tourism’, a significant opportunity to promote the contribution of the tourism industry to creating abetter world.

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#112622
2017-04-21

Want to change environmental behaviour? Make nature personal

A new study argues that bringing nature into cities and enabling personal connections is necessary to prompt action on environmental issues, writes Tim Wallace.

News Headlines
#112623
2017-04-21

Ocean Currents Are Sweeping Billions of Tiny Plastic Bits to the Arctic

Currents are acting like a conveyor belt for plastic, dumping the bits in pristine northern waters

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#112624
2017-04-21

Gambia: Forestry, FAO Intensify Efforts to Restore Country's Dry Lands

The Department of Forestry and the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), recently conducted a training for 10 government personnel on the use of an innovative tool to effectively and efficiently assess and monitor the country's land cover and land use.

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#112625
2017-04-21

Mother Earth Day: Environmental and climate literacy vital for a cleaner, greener planet, says UN

22 April 2017 – Environmental and climate literacy is the engine not only for creating green voters and advancing environmental and climate laws and policies but also for accelerating green technologies and jobs, the United Nations is emphasizing on Mother Earth Day.

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#112594
2017-04-20

Canary in the kelp forest: Sea creature dissolves in today's warming, acidic waters

The one-two punch of warming waters and ocean acidification is predisposing some marine animals to dissolving quickly under conditions already occurring off the Northern California coast, according to a new study.

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#112595
2017-04-20

A foreseen environmental disaster in Colombia?

Mocoa, a municipality located in the northwest of the Putumayo region in southwestern Colombia, has declared a state of emergency after a massive landslide left 254 dead and more than 200 hospitalized. Mongabay spoke with several experts to find out what environmental indicators, if any, there m ...

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#112596
2017-04-20

“Imagine a World Where the Worst-Case Scenarios Have Been Realized”

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Apr 20 2017 (IPS) - The tiny island-nation of Antigua and Barbuda has made an impassioned plea for support from the international community to deal with the devastating impacts of climate change.

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#112597
2017-04-20

We can save life on earth: study reveals how to stop mass extinction

A global biodiversity analysis shows areas most in need of conservation and urges protection of half the planet’s terrestrial ecosystems

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#112598
2017-04-20

Radical collaboration protects Colombia's birds, coffee farmers

The traditional approach to environmental conservation goes something like this: A particular landscape or species, usually somewhere in the developing world, is deemed important and, therefore, countries are encouraged to rope off big chunks of land and keep people out.

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#112599
2017-04-20

EU Commission Launches Blue Economy Initiative For Western Mediterranean

The European Commission launched Wednesday a new initiative for the sustainable development of the blue economy in the Western Mediterranean region.

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#112600
2017-04-20

Climate Change Is Transforming Arctic Rivers

The most dramatic shift is the rerouting of a major meltwater river in Canada that disappeared in what is, geologically speaking, the blink of an eye.

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#112601
2017-04-20

Wildlife Groups Want Giraffes Added To Endangered Species List

With its spindly legs, distinctive patterning, and absurdly long neck, the giraffe makes a compelling figure on the savanna.

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#112602
2017-04-20

Living near nature may be the secret to a longer life and better mental health

Springtime is here and after what seems to have been a long and sluggish winter hibernation, people are ready for lush green scenery.

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#112603
2017-04-20

Controversial Italian study finding potential harm from GMO foods flagged by scientific journal

A journal has flagged a paper by a researcher who has questioned the safety of genetically modified organisms, after receiving concerns that there were issues with some images.

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#112604
2017-04-20

Indigenous peoples mobilize to assert role in alleviating climate change; new policy brief

Indigenous Peoples, local communities, environmental activists, and women's groups from 25 different countries today kicked off a week of protests, meetings, and events to demand respect for community land rights.

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#112605
2017-04-20

Leopards need maximum protection: this includes banning trophy hunting

Trophy hunting of large carnivores in southern Africa is a hotly debated topic. This was evident after Cecil the lion was shot and killed in Zimbabwe last year.

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#112606
2017-04-20

When in the Amazon, Please Do Not Punch the Dolphins

MANAUS, Brazil — The “encontro das águas” (meeting of waters) between the dark Negro River and the light-brown Solimões River is impressive.

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#112607
2017-04-20

Fewer sharks equals fatter fish, research shows

April 20 (UPI) -- As shark populations decline, fish face less pressure from the top of the food chain. As a result, new research shows, fish are getting fatter.

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#112580
2017-04-19

Can barnacle geese predict the climate?

The breeding grounds of Arctic migratory birds such as the barnacle goose are changing rapidly due to accelerated warming in the polar regions.

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#112581
2017-04-19

Scientists launch global search for 25 ‘lost’ species

Unseen for decades in the wild, many species are now feared extinct. Some exist only as museum specimens, others are only known from old drawings or photographs.

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#112582
2017-04-19

‘We can save life on Earth’: study reveals how to stop mass extinction

The Earth is losing species at a rate about a hundred times faster than historical (also called “background”) levels.

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#112583
2017-04-19

“The Ocean Is Not a Dumping Ground”

PORT-LOUIS, Mauritius, Apr 19 2017 (IPS) - An internationally renowned scientist, Ameenah Gurib-Fakim became Mauritius’s sixth president on June 5, 2015 – and one of the few Muslim women heads of state in the world.

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#112584
2017-04-19

Poachers target endangered animals in protected areas, study finds

Illegal wildlife trafficking is pushing elephants, rhinos and tigers to the brink of extinction. Endangered animals are poached even in the world's most protected areas, says conservation group WWF.

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#112585
2017-04-19

Western Mediterranean: Actions for the sustainable development of the blue economy

Today the European Commission launches a new initiative for the sustainable development of the blue economy in the Western Mediterranean region.

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#112586
2017-04-19

Consortia Identify Indicators to Make SDGs Work for Climate Change Hotspots

April 2017: Members of four consortia focused on climate change hot spots have proposed indicators that have a regional scope and complement subnational and national indicators.

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#112587
2017-04-19

Ethiopia: Resilient Efforts to Preserve Forest Resources

Climate variability in Ethiopia is not new - its agro-ecological zones have brought a dazzling variety of climates. Corresponding weather patterns, people have developed ways to respond successfully to these challenges.

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#112588
2017-04-19

Cuban officials embrace GMOs to feed hungry population, but groups push back

Cuban officials have announced the island is turning to genetically modified organisms (GMO) to help feed its increasingly hungry population.

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#112589
2017-04-19

UN forum highlights importance of stronger partnerships for financing sustainable development

18 April 2017 – Underlining the importance of sustainable finance for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, senior United Nations officials today called for stronger partnerships with a diverse range of stakeholders to ensure that resource requirements are met.

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#112590
2017-04-19

Time for everyone to sign up for strong ocean governance

There is currently no legal mechanism for creating Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) on the high seas. A proposed agreement by the UN looks to rectify that, writes Sophie Mirgaux.

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#112591
2017-04-19

'Perfect storm' threatens Europe's salamanders

Urgent action is needed to protect wild salamanders in Europe from a deadly infection, say scientists.

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#112565
2017-04-18

Glacier shape predicts risk of thinning

April 17 (UPI) -- By analyzing a glacier's shape, researchers can measure its susceptibility to thinning. Researchers at the University of Texas are using the analysis technique to identify glacial vulnerabilities in West Greenland.

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#112566
2017-04-18

Crime 'threatens nearly half the world's natural heritage sites'

Poaching, illegal logging and fishing are threatening endangered species in some of the world's most iconic natural sites, according to a report.

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#112567
2017-04-18

Virulent bird flu strain threatens to spill out of China

[MANILA] A new strain of avian influenza that has high pathogenicity in poultry, and which can be deadly for humans, has resurfaced in China with pandemic potential -- prompting calls for a quick and thorough response to halt its advance and contain the changing H7N9 virus.

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#112568
2017-04-18

Nepal tests fencing approach to protect farms and elephants

“We are not angry with the elephant and know that we need to protect it, but we also need to protect ourselves”.

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#112569
2017-04-18

Disease Burden Growing as Vector Insects Adapt to Climate Change

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Apr 18 2017 (IPS) - There were surprised gasps when University of the West Indies (UWI) Professor John Agard told journalists at an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) meeting in late November 2016 that mosquitoes were not only living longer, but were “breeding in ...

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#112570
2017-04-18

Climate change taking big bite out of alpine glaciers

Across the Alps, glaciers have lost half their volume since 1900. And there is no letting up: Melting has accelerated since 1980. Most Alpine glaciers will be gone by the end of this century, scientists say.

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#112571
2017-04-18

What is a biodiversity hero?

A hero is an individual who is admired for extraordinary achievements, courage, or noble qualities. When asked who their heroes are, many people in the Philippines think of Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio and Apolinario Mabini.

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#112572
2017-04-18

New era for nature in Colombia

Researchers are embarking on a major collaboration to characterise Colombia's plant and animal life, from densely rich cloud forests to little-seen museum collections.

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#112573
2017-04-18

Climate change causes glacial river in Yukon to change direction

Climate change has caused the massive Kaskawulsh Glacier in the Yukon to retreat so much that its meltwater abruptly switched direction, in the first documented case of "river piracy" in modern times.

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#112574
2017-04-18

Is It O.K. to Tinker With the Environment to Fight Climate Change?

For the past few years, the Harvard professor David Keith has been sketching this vision: Ten Gulfstream jets, outfitted with special engines that allow them to fly safely around the stratosphere at an altitude of 70,000 feet, take off from a runway near the Equator.

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#112575
2017-04-18

East Africa: An urgent need to monitor the forests

Africa - East Africa is home to some of the world’s most diverse forests: Montane forests, which include some of the highest and oldest mountains in Africa; coastal forests; Miombo woodlands; tropical rain forests; and mangrove forests.

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