Wednesday, October 20, 2021
Written by: Kate E. Smith, Diane Hanano, and Dominique Weis There’s a good chance you live in a city — or will soon. According to estimates by the United...
Written by: Juan Jose Alava We live in an era — the Anthropocene — where humans and societies are reshaping and changing ecosystems. Pollution, human-made climate change and overfishing...
Written by: Kimberly White   Canada has joined a global call for ocean protection. The Government of Canada has announced that it has joined the Global Ocean Alliance, calling for 30 percent of the...
Written by: Kimberly White Canada is stepping up its investments in nature-based solutions to combat climate change.  In its Fall Economic Statement, the Government of Canada announced its commitment of nearly...
Written by: Rachel Buxton, Andrea Reid, Joseph Bennett, and Paul A. Smith The past year has taught us important lessons about the consequences of the harm humans are inflicting...
Written by: Maria Salazar Under the sea, jutting into the Pacific from the southern Peruvian department of Ica, rises a mountain range called Dorsal de Nasca. The 93 submarine mountains harbor more than...
Written by: Mark Maslin and Simon Lewis Restoring the world’s forests on an unprecedented scale is “the best climate change solution available”, according to a new study. The researchers claim...
Written by: Hans Nicholas Jong Environmental watchdogs have welcomed a zero-deforestation pledge by South Korean trading giant POSCO International with regard to its palm oil operations in Indonesia’s Papua province, following years of...
Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Julie Mollins Making forest and landscape restoration a reality is an enormous challenge, but researchers are confident that international ecosystem restoration targets can be...
Written by: Kimberly White  Africa's Great Green Wall Initiative has received a significant funding boost.  During the One Planet Summit for Biodiversity, the initiative garnered financial support from the Government of...

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