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#111320
2016-12-08

Radar reveals bird pile up on shores of the Great Lakes

CLEVELAND, Dec. 7 (UPI) -- Birds have a strong preference for nighttime migration, so much so that migratory birds caught over water at daybreak turn around for shore. Researchers discovered the phenomenon using radar normally reserved for tracking weather systems.

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#111321
2016-12-08

Giraffes facing 'silent extinction' as population plunges

A dramatic drop in giraffe populations over the past 30 years has seen the world's tallest land mammal classified as vulnerable to extinction.

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#111323
2016-12-08

Fire ants could become Australia's worst pest, experts warn

Red fire ants could wreak more damage in Australia than feral rabbits, cane toads and foxes combined, experts have warned in a new report.

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#111324
2016-12-08

Longest-living animal gives up ocean climate secrets

A study of the longest-living animal on Earth, the quahog clam, has provided researchers with an unprecedented insight into the history of the oceans.

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#111325
2016-12-08

Reports that wild Sumatran rhinos may survive in Malaysia prompt hope, skepticism

In 2015, Malaysian officials publicly confirmed there were no wild rhinos left in Malaysia.

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#111326
2016-12-08

Conservationists declare victory for wildlife as EU saves nature directives

EU president abandons plan to overhaul flagship birds and habitats directives following a huge public campaign

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#111327
2016-12-08

Firmenich Makes Global Pledge to Biodiversity

08 Dec 2016 --- Firmenich has signed the Cancun Business and Biodiversity Pledge, alongside several of its strategic clients at the COP13 Convention on Biological Diversity in Mexico.

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#111328
2016-12-08

Denmark far from achieving UN biodiversity goals

Denmark is not likely to meet the majority of the 20 UN targets that the international community adopted in 2010 in Nagoya, Japan to protect biodiversity in the world

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#111329
2016-12-08

Natural world faces its biggest ever threat, warns Sir David Attenborough

The world's natural environment is facing its greatest ever threat, the veteran broadcaster Sir David Attenborough warned MPs and peers last night as he backed a new initiative to save life on earth.

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#111330
2016-12-08

Lack of recognition for indigenous knowledge at COP 13, says participant

INDIGENOUS peoples’ generational knowledge and experiences of resource management and their attempts to protect local biodiversity has not featured at all at government level discussions on strategies for marine conservation management at the 13th Conference of the Parties in Cancun, Mexico, say ...

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#111331
2016-12-08

Study points to El Niño-like global connections between forests

When a forest falls prey to disease, pests, drought or clearing by humans, the impacts ripple well beyond that local ecosystem, according to a new study.

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#111332
2016-12-08

'Climate-change education essential for local communities'

Raising Public awareness is invaluable if local communities are to be engaged in the effort to meet the challenge of climate change.

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#111333
2016-12-08

Drought in southern Africa points to urgent need for climate change plans

It is expected that temperatures in southern Africa will rise by between 1.5°C and 3°C due to climate change by the year 2050. This is likely to cause heavy fluctuations of weather patterns and more frequent severe weather events like droughts and floods. Agriculture will be severely affected.

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#111334
2016-12-08

Land recycling helps Europe to maintain its land resource 

Land degradation and taking land for urban development threaten critical ecosystem services, including provision of food and water, climate regulation and recreation.

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#111335
2016-12-08

Science just gave us more proof that destroying the environment can spread diseases to humans

In a new study, scientists have demonstrated — yet again — the alarming effects of environmental change on the spread of infectious disease.

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#111336
2016-12-08

Researchers worried about the fate of Monarch butterflies

Researchers at the Insectarium are worried about the fate of the Monarch butterfly.

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#111337
2016-12-08

Pacific Tuna Commission divided on conservation

Conservation and management measures for depleted tuna stocks in the Pacific have polarised the membership of the Pacific Tuna Commission.

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#111338
2016-12-08

Millennials Have Bad Views on GMOs

It’s important not to fall into the many lazy story lines about millennials being coddled or oversensitive or anti-free-speech or wildly promiscuous or whatever else.

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#111339
2016-12-08

Biodiversity Convention call to block new 'genetic extinction' GMOs

160 global groups have called for a moratorium on new 'genetic extinction' technology at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity meeting in Cancun, Mexico.

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#111340
2016-12-08

‘Gene drive’ scientists ask UN Biodiversity Conference to not block new technology

Editor’s Note: This is a letter written to the governing body overseeing the biosafey treaty–the Convention on Biological Diversity and Cartagenta Protocol on Biosafety–from scientists who support gene drive research.

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#111341
2016-12-08

Thailand's Karen women find a future in ecotourism

CHIANG MAI, Thailand Deep in the jungle of Mae Wang, two hours' drive southwest of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand, five women from the Karen ethnic group banded together to do something unprecedented in their community: They started a company run entirely by women.

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#111342
2016-12-08

Only a Handful of Countries on Track to Meet Their Biodiversity Goals, Assessment Shows

Cancun, Mexico | December 07, 2016 At the Convention on Biological Diversity today, global conservation NGOs released a report revealing that just 5 percent of countries who have reported progress on the Aichi Biodiversity Targets are on track to reach their global biodiversity goals by 2020.

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#111343
2016-12-08

Biodiversity betrayal as nations fail miserably on conservation

Almost everyone is bottom of the class. That’s the best that can be said for countries that signed up to an ambitious plan in 2010 to save the world’s dwindling biodiversity.

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#111344
2016-12-08

GMO-free: Yucatan, Campeche and QR to sign pact this week at COP13 in Cancun

CANCUN — The state governments of Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Campeche have pledged to make the Yucatan Peninsula a GMO-free region through the signing of a cooperative pact during the COP13 Global Biodiversity Summit, taking place in Cancun this week.

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#111345
2016-12-08

Isla Mujeres signs natural-resources preservation pact

Authorities in Isla Mujeres signed a bilateral cooperation agreement with KECO, a public institution under the Ministry of the Environment of South Korea, to establish strategies for the preservation of natural resources.

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#111346
2016-12-08

Invasive insect eating away at America's forests

PETERSHAM, Mass. —| In a towering forest of centuries-old eastern hemlocks, it’s easy to miss one of the tree’s nemeses. No larger than a speck of pepper, the Hemlock woolly adelgid spends its life on the underside of needles sucking sap, eventually killing the tree.

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#111347
2016-12-08

WIPO Members Update Draft Text on Protecting Traditional Knowledge

Members of the UN’s intellectual property agency reportedly made some headway last week in updating a draft text relating to the protection of traditional knowledge, though many items remain unresolved.

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#111298
2016-12-07

Agave genes could inspire new drought-resistant plants

NEWCASTLE, England, Dec. 6 (UPI) -- Scientists have identified genes key to the ability of the agave plant -- the plant used to make tequila -- to survive hot, dry conditions. The discovery could inspire the engineering of drought-resistant plants.

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#111299
2016-12-07

Countries urged to prioritize protection of pollinators to ensure food security at UN biodiversity conference

6 December 2016 – Bees, butterflies and other pollinators are increasingly under threat from human activities and countries must transform their agricultural practices to ensure global crop production can meet demand and avoid substantial economic losses, the United Nations Conference on Biologi ...

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#111300
2016-12-07

Sea ice extent tumbles around both poles in November

Water and air temperatures and shifts in wind patterns conspired to hold down sea ice extent, setting record lows for the month of November in both the Arctic and the Antarctic.

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#111301
2016-12-07

From loathed to loved: Villagers rally to save Greater Adjutant stork

You know a bird has a PR problem when an ornithologist refers to it as “a prodigy of ugliness.”

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#111302
2016-12-07

Climate-Resistant Beans Could Save Millions

CALI, Colombia, Dec 6 2016 (IPS) - A global food watchdog works around the clock to preserve crop biodiversity, with a seed bank deep in the Colombian countryside holding the largest collection of beans and cassava in the world and storing crops that could avert devastating problems.

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#111303
2016-12-07

More than half of shark species in Mediterranean at risk of extinction

A new IUCN report warns that urgent action is needed to preserve populations of cartilaginous fish, like sharks and rays, in the Mediterranean region.

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#111304
2016-12-07

At UN Biodiversity conference, new guidelines for agro-environmental policies in Latin America Caribbean

6 December 2016, Cancun, Mexico - In an effort to combat the impacts of environmental degradation and promote sustainable agriculture in the face of climate change, FAO this week presented a set ofVoluntary guidelines for agro-environmental policiesmeant to help policy makers in Latin America an ...

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#111305
2016-12-07

CIFOR scientists bringing latest research to CBD COP13

A delegation of scientists from the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) will be presenting their latest research at the thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP13), to be held in Cancún, Mexico, from 4 to 17 December 2016.

News Headlines
#111306
2016-12-07

Why conservation fails

The only way for northern countries to halt deforestation in the South is to make sure land owners are paid more than it costs them to conserve the forest.

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#111307
2016-12-07

Mexico jumps on the 'big reserve' trend of ocean conservation

On Monday, the Mexican government established the largest biological reserve in the country’s history, further driving a global trend of setting aside large swaths of land and ocean for conservation.

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#111308
2016-12-07

The Great and Dying Barrier Reef

Coral reefs are among the most remarkable achievements of nature, structures built in shallow water over long periods of time out of the skeletons of tiny polyps.

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#111309
2016-12-07

Climate change battle heats up for Australian winemakers

When an unprecedented heatwave hit South Australia state, home to the world-renowned Barossa Valley winemaking region, viticulturists fretted about the impact on their grapes.

News Headlines
#111310
2016-12-07

Climate change: Are polar bears doomed?

A just released report has cast even more concern about the future of the polar bear survival as a species.

News Headlines
#111311
2016-12-07

Climate change could render Sudan 'uninhabitable'

(CNN) — Sudan's ecosystems and natural resources are deteriorating.

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#111312
2016-12-07

Fighting the Underground Trade in Hippo Teeth

Kampala, Uganda—Investigators posing as buyers lured the suspects to a lodge near Buliisa, a town in western Uganda, as night set in.

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#111313
2016-12-07

Developing a wolf economy: wildlife tourism fuels Manitoba’s economy

In February 2012, a team of people from Spirit Way Inc., University College of the North, Travel Manitoba, The Wildlife Society/Manitoba and Frontiers North Adventures met with government ministers in Winnipeg to present a discussion paper entitled “Building a Wolf Economy.”

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#111314
2016-12-07

Indigenous People Hold The Key To Caribou Survival

When government biologists in Canada want to learn where caribou are, they put radio-tracking collars on some animals and monitor their movements.

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#111316
2016-12-07

Global habitat loss still rampant across much of the Earth

As 196 signatory nations of the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD) meet this week in Cancun, Mexico, to discuss their progress towards averting the current biodiversity crisis, researchers from a range of universities and NGOs report in the international journal Conservation Letters that h ...

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#111317
2016-12-07

COP 13 Warn of Loss of Forests and other Ecosystems

Cancun, Mexico, Dec 6 (Prensa Latina) The secretary for the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Braulio Ferreira, has warned of the rapid loss of forests on the planet.

News Headlines
#111318
2016-12-07

Common pesticides are more harmful to 'good' insects than previously thought

STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Dec. 7 (UPI) -- Not all insects are the enemies of crops. Many are beneficial. Ideally, insecticides should kill the bad insects without harming the good ones. Easier said than done.

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#111273
2016-12-06

New UN report finds marine debris harming more than 800 species, costing countries millions

5 December 2016 – Marine debris is negatively affecting more than 800 animal species and causing serious losses to many countries' economies, according to a United Nations report launched today.

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#111275
2016-12-06

UN conference adopts 'Cancun Declaration,' ramping up efforts to protect world's biodiversity

4 December 2016 – More than 190 countries at a major United Nations conference in Mexico have pledged to step up efforts to integrate biodiversity into the policies of their forests, fisheries, tourism and agriculture sectors.

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#111276
2016-12-06

Ministers commit to integrate biodiversity into key economic sectors in order to achieve global biodiversity targets.

Cancun, Mexico 4 December 2016 - Ministers from around the world committed to working together to save biodiversity and take urgent action to achieve the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, and backed this with a host of specific commitments.

News Headlines
#111277
2016-12-06

Corporate growth still driving deforestation, CDP shows

Although progress is being made, up to US $906bn of company turnover is still tied to global deforestation, an assessment has concluded.

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#111278
2016-12-06

Detective work across dingo fence reveals new factor in woody shrub invasion

Extermination of dingoes and the consequent loss of small mammals -- not just overgrazing by livestock -- have led to a rapid spread of woody weed shrubs across semi-arid Australia, a new study shows.

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#111279
2016-12-06

African policymakers get new, reliable climate data

[NAIROBI] Climate change in Africa is least-researched and poorly understood, but a new report could help decision-makers get reliable scientific information about it to aid planning.

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#111280
2016-12-06

Over 50% of sharks and rays in the Mediterranean Sea are at risk of extinction

More than 50 percent of the sharks and rays native to the Mediterranean Sea are at a high risk of extinction, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) announced Monday.

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#111281
2016-12-06

Nicaraguan Women Push for Access to Land, Not Just on Paper

MANAGUA, Dec 5 2016 (IPS) - A group of women farmers who organised to fight a centuries-old monopoly over land ownership by men are seeking plots of land to farm in order to contribute to the food security of their families and of the population at large.

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#111282
2016-12-06

England may be in deforestation state due to lack of tree planting

England fells more trees than it plants and government must keep to its targets to evade deforestation, say forestry groups

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#111283
2016-12-06

'Protecting forests is the best way to fight climate change'

With the Cancún Declaration adopted at the Convention on Biological Diversity summit, DW talks to an indigenous leader on how native peoples are defending the Earth's forests - and through that, biodiversity and climate.

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#111284
2016-12-06

Biodiversity Convention call to block new 'genetic extinction' GMOs

160 global groups have called for a moratorium on new 'genetic extinction' technology at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity meeting in Cancun, Mexico.

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#111285
2016-12-06

Mexico Safeguards Vast Stretches of Coast, Deep Ocean

CANCUN, Mexico, December 5, 2016 (ENS) – Much of Mexico’s Caribbean coast, Baja coast and deep ocean are to become protected areas, President Enrique Peña Nieto announced Monday at the opening of the 13th Conference of the Parties (COP 13) to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity being held ...

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#111286
2016-12-06

Tackling climate change crucial to EU citizen health

Climate change has a notable impact on health and if steps are not taken, more frequent heatwaves and better conditions for diseases will cause more deaths and cost billions of euros, warns EU Health Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis.

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#111287
2016-12-06

Cuba's ecotourism: Fruit of a green revolution

As Cuba mourns the death of Fidel Castro, a pioneering reforestation project that evolved into a UNESCO reserve and unique eco-community showcases both the country's socialist heritage, and its future challenges.

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#111288
2016-12-06

Biodiversity Convention Continues To Look To Mainstreaming To Halt Global Decline

5 December 2016 | The United Nations Biodiversity Conference, which is taking place this week and next in 80 degree weather in Cancún, Mexico, may lack the thrill and drama of prior meetings that made high-level policy decisions.

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#111289
2016-12-06

UNWTO underlines the potential of tourism to preserve biodiversity - COP-13

With the objective of advancing the contribution of the tourism sector to biodiversity preservation the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) participated in the UN Biodiversity Conference COP13, in Cancun, Mexico (2-17 December).

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#111290
2016-12-06

Four protected areas announced in Cancún

Four new natural protected areas were declared by presidential decree yesterday, bringing to 91 million hectares the total of land and sea areas that have been designated for environmental conservation.

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#111291
2016-12-06

Study: Place humans, communities at the center of conservation

SEATTLE, Dec. 6 (UPI) -- Researchers suggest conservation efforts would be more effective if a greater emphasis was placed on humans.

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#111251
2016-12-05

'We urgently need healthy soils to ensure essential services they provide,' Ban says on World Soil Day

Marking World Soil Day, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has stressed the importance of healthy soils, adding that “sustainable management systems and practices will unlock the full potential of soils to support food production, store and supply clean water, preserve biodiversity, se ...

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#111252
2016-12-05

Mainstreaming biodiversity to guarantee food security and nutrition

Maintaining biological diversity is important for producing food and to conserve the very foundation of life and rural livelihoods, FAO Deputy Director-General Maria Helena Semedo told participants in an international summit aimed at protecting biodiversity.

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#111253
2016-12-05

Peru pledges tougher stance against illegal timber

In November, the Peruvian government pledged to improve the traceability of timber flows through export documentation, authentications after harvest and before export, and new penalties.

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#111254
2016-12-05

COP 13 in Cancun to Measure Participant Carbon Footprints

Cancun, Mexico, Dec 5 (Prensa Latina) Participants in the Conference of the Parties (COP13) on biological diversity will be able to measure their carbon footprint, an initiative of the meeting to be in harmony with nature and its preservation, announced the Organizers.

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#111255
2016-12-05

A tiny wasp could save Christmas Island’s spectacular red crabs from crazy ants

In what could be the most closely scrutinised biological control project in Australia, a 2mm wasp is being released to control a deadly ant infestation

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#111256
2016-12-05

Mexico to get its largest ever protected area

The new Mexican Caribbean Biosphere Reserve will cover more than 5.7 million hectares

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#111257
2016-12-05

'Protecting forests is the best way to fight climate change'

With the Cancún Declaration adopted at the Convention on Biological Diversity summit, DW talks to an indigenous leader on how native peoples are defending the Earth's forests - and through that, biodiversity and climate.

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#111259
2016-12-05

B.C. seabird haven marked for protected status

The federal government is proposing to designate the waters around the Scott Islands, a vital haven for seabirds off the northwest tip of Vancouver Island, as a marine national wildlife area. The designation, which would put commercial fishing practices under scrutiny, would help Canada meet its ...

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#111260
2016-12-05

Biodiversity conservation vital for the tourism sectors of Fiji and Tonga

The integration of tourism into the biodiversity sector was under the spotlight at the High Level Segment of the Thirteenth Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP13) in Cancun, Mexico.

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#111261
2016-12-05

Scientists propose ten policies to protect vital pollinators

In an article published on 25 November in the journal Science, a team of researchers has suggested ten clear ways in which governments can protect and secure pollination services – vital to the production of fruits, vegetables and oils.

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#111262
2016-12-05

Africa: WWF Cautions Governments On Biodiversity Loss

A report of the WWF released over the weekend shows that only ten per cent of 196 countries which agreed to a series of efforts to improve the condition of major natural systems, including freshwater, forests and oceans, will be on track to meet the convention's objectives-collectively known as ...

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#111230
2016-12-04

Fix food metrics

For sustainable, equitable nutrition we must count the true global costs and benefits of food production, urge Pavan Sukhdev, Peter May and Alexander Müller.

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#111231
2016-12-04

Swallowing swimming pools: New sensory tags capture kinetics of lunge-feeding whales

Swimming 4 meters per second, a feeding blue whale swings open its jaws and, in four seconds, swallows 140 percent of its mass—a volume of water and krill the size of a big swimming pool or school bus.

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#111232
2016-12-04

Australia Boosts Spending to Keep Great Barrier Reef off "in Danger" List

The money will help with issues like water quality and ecosystem health, but activists say it's not enough

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#111233
2016-12-04

Transforming rural areas through agriculture

Rural areas in Sarawak stands to gain from agriculture development due to its huge amount of land which is rich in bio-resources.

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#111234
2016-12-04

Ministers agree to redouble efforts to fulfil biodiversity goals

Cancun – Cancun, Mexico, Dec 4 (efe_epa).- Ministers from 190 countries gathered in the Mexican city of Cancun stressed on Saturday the need to boost efforts to achieve biodiversity goals by 2020 and agreed on measures to step up the process of fulfilling them.

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#111235
2016-12-04

Lopez moves to mainstream biodiversity in devt projects

ENVIRONMENT Secretary Regina Paz L. Lopez has ordered the integration of biodiversity in the planning, implementation and monitoring of development projects and tenurial instruments issued by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)

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#111236
2016-12-04

Kuwait determined to preserve bioversity - EPA chief

KUWAIT, Dec 3 (KUNA) -- The State of Kuwait is determined to keep building natural reserves and provide full support to any environmental initiative to safeguard biodiversity, Environment Public Authority (EPA) chief has said.

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#111237
2016-12-04

Interview: Mexico, China can collaborate to improve agricultural practices -- Mexican minister

CANCUN, Mexico, Dec. 3 (Xinhua) -- Both Mexico and China are committed to improving agriculture and can exchange their best agricultural experiences, Mexican Agricultural Minister Jose Calzada Rovirosa has said.

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#111238
2016-12-04

New alien species in Mediterranean Sea

The Niger Hind (Cephalopholis nigri) is a new alien fish species for the Mediterranean discovered by the University of Malta’s Conservation Biology Research Group.

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#111239
2016-12-04

New protected area to be Mexico’s biggest

The Mexican government will announce Monday the creation of a biosphere reserve that will be the country’s largest natural protected area at more than 5.7 million hectares.

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#111240
2016-12-04

Government of Canada Announces Concrete Action on Marine Conservation

CANCUN, MEXICO--(Marketwired - Dec. 3, 2016) - Canada is taking action in the conservation and long-term protection of marine biodiversity. At the recent Convention on Biological Diversity at the Conference of the Parties (COP13), the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and ...

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#111241
2016-12-04

Samoa taking action in the agricultural sector

SAMOA has called upon key donors and partners to support regional and national programs that strengthen biodiversity conservation in the pursuit of a sustainable environment.

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#111214
2016-12-03

Management of pine beetle not working

A method to control the spread of mountain pine beetles -- pheromone baiting -- may actually help the pest's population increase, UBC research shows.

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#111216
2016-12-03

Large-scale changes in insect species inhabiting streams and rivers

The frequencies of occurrence of hundreds of insect species inhabiting streams have been altered relative to the conditions that existed prior to wide spread pollution and habitat alteration, American scientists have discovered.

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#111217
2016-12-03

Climate scientists condemn article claiming global temperatures are falling

A Republican-led panel promoted a misleading tabloid story alleging earth may not be warming, relying on data that leaves out important points of context

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#111218
2016-12-03

UNEP urges world to avoid border walls, to save biodiversity

CANCUN, Mexico, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- Countries must unite to defend biodiversity instead of building border walls, Erik Solheim, executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) said Friday.

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#111219
2016-12-03

Interview: Expert urges preservation of biodiversity to counter global warming

OXKUTZCAB, Mexico, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- Preserving biodiversity is one of the ways to counter the consequences of global warming, anthropologist James Callaghan has said.

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#111220
2016-12-03

Mainstreaming biodiversity to guarantee food security and nutrition

2 December 2016, CANCUN, Mexico -Maintaining biological diversity is important for producing food and to conserve the very foundation of life and rural livelihoods, FAO Deputy Director-General Maria Helena Semedo told participants in an international summit aimed at protecting biodiversity.

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#111221
2016-12-03

How Japanese media have failed endangered species

In October, a new documentary produced by Leonardo DiCaprio premiered on Netflix.

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#111222
2016-12-03

A tiny wasp could save Christmas Island’s spectacular red crabs from crazy ants

Have you heard the one about the wasp that kills the bug that feeds the ants that kill the crabs that keep the forests healthy on Christmas Island?

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#111223
2016-12-03

Cancun: COP 13 Urges for Working Together in Benefit of Biodiversity

Cancun, Mexico, Dec 2 (Prensa Latina) United Nations Environment Programme Executive Director, Erick Solheim, mentioned today the consequences of biodiversity loss on the planet and called on the international community to work together to reverse this situation.

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#111224
2016-12-03

UN report calls for global action to restore pollinators

A United Nations report on pollinator decline blame loss of habitat, climate change and farming changes, and calls for a range of measures including "bee highways" and tougher controls on new pesticides.

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#111225
2016-12-03

UN Group Declares Betty Caceres a 'Champion of the Earth'

On Friday the U.N. Environment Programme posthumously awarded assassinated Honduran Indigenous leader Betty Caceres its Champion of the Earth Prize.

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#111226
2016-12-03

Six environmental leaders receive Champions of the Earth award – UN’s top environmental prize

President of Rwanda, Australian eco-innovator, Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy, Indian organizer of world’s largest beach clean-up, Honduran indigenous activist Berta Cáceres, and veteran Mexican biologist all lauded

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