Wednesday, October 20, 2021
Written by: Kimberly White WildAid has announced an ambitious new plan to strengthen enforcement of 250 marine and coastal areas by 2025. These areas have been designated as protected but lack crucial support, thereby...
Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Monica Evans Humanity just gained a dubious new accolade. In the last year, for the first time ever, we consumed 100 billion tons of...
Written by: Kimberly White  Organizations across the U.S. have joined together in support of nature-based solutions. The World Economic Forum and American Forests have launched the U.S. chapter of 1t.org, an initiative to “conserve,...
Written by: Kimberly White Governments from around the globe have come together to champion a global deal for nature protection. More than 50 countries have joined a new global alliance to...
Written by: Pete Smith, Camille Parmesan, and Mark Maslin A landmark report by the world’s most senior climate and biodiversity scientists argues that the world will have to tackle the climate crisis and the species...
Written by: Kimberly White Last month a search team embarked on a journey to Indonesia to find the “holy grail” of bees. The world’s largest bee, initially discovered by British naturalist Alfred Russel...
Written by: Kimberly White The Government of Canada is investing $175 million in projects that protect nature. The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, announced on August 19th the first in a...
Written by: Kate Whiting People on the Pacific archipelago of Palau firmly believe in the old saying, "We do not inherit the earth from our parents, we borrow it from our children."
Written by: Beatrice Crona and Jim Leape Fish are food. We know that. And yet, in discussions about the future of food, that simple fact tends to be forgotten. When world leaders gather for...
Courtesy of Forests News Written by: Gloria Pallares Guyana, meaning “land of water,” is one of the smallest, most densely forested countries in South America. It is also an important part of...

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Nature Doesn’t Recognise Borders but Countries Can Collaborate to Save Species. The Escazú Agreement...

Written by: Rebecca K. Runting, Leslie Roberson, and Sofía López-Cubillos Nature rarely recognises national...

UN Recognizes the Right to a Healthy Environment in Historic Vote

Written by: Kimberly White  The United Nations has recognized the right to a healthy environment for the first time. 

Angola Joins Global Call to Strengthen International Environmental Law to Tackle Wildlife Crime

Written by: Kimberly White The Government of Angola has joined a global call to strengthen international environmental law to...