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Climate activists hope stronger EU laws will protect forests
Logging and toxic border policies are putting pressure on Europe’s forests.
Invasive species: Are they really threatening the Mediterranean Sea?
More than 900 species have invaded the Mediterranean Sea in recent years due to climate change and other environmental pressures. While these newcomers can seriously impact biodiversity, they also represent new economic opportunities for commercial fishing.
'Vital' seed bank in Ukraine at risk of disappearing as war rages on
The banks have become increasingly vital to ensuring enough food is produced each season to feed 7.9 billion people as the world's weather becomes more extreme.
AI can track coral reef health through 'song'
The computer algorithm successfully identified reef health 92 per cent of the time.
5,000-year-old giant: How long does the world’s oldest tree have left?
Scientists have used a new technique in determining the age of this giant of nature.
Can freezing jaguar ears stop the species from going extinct forever?
Scientists are banking the cells of animals that die at Chester Zoo - though they hope to never need them.
Are robot beekeepers the secret to saving the vital pollinators?
A robot controls everything from the ideal temperature to honey harvesting.
Army of seed-firing drones will plant 100 million trees by 2024
Meet the company using drones to combat biodiversity loss.
Hope for fish as hundreds of European dams demolished
Environmentalists are celebrating after a record 200 dams were removed from Europe’s rivers in 2021 - but there’s still a lot of work to do.
What is COP15 and how is it addressing climate migration?
At a UN conference in Cote d'Ivoire, 196 countries are looking for solutions to the land degradation, deforestation and desertification that are fueling food insecurity and climate migration.
'Giant' stingray accidentally discovered by fishermen in Cambodia
While the discovery was welcomed, marine biologists warned that the biodiversity of the area was under threat.
Asexual coral is Belize Barrier Reef's secret weapon for success
In Belize, decades of community-based conservation has improved coral coverage on the Belize Barrier Reef from 6 per cent to 60 per cent.
Scientist says she is ‘amazed’ by the size of dolphin clitorises
New research confirms that the animals do experience pleasure when having sex, due to their “large” clitorises.
The 'Asian unicorn' is now the fastest declining species in the world
From tigers, to elephants, to gorillas...what can we do to save these majestic species?
How to replace invasive plants with native plants in your garden
Avoid any plant advertised as “vigorous,” “fast-spreading,” “quick-climbing” or a “rapid self-sower,” which are marketers’ code words for invasive.
Demonstrators dressed as animals flock to the IMF
Avaaz activists dressed as animals and trees flocked to the 2022 IMF Spring Meetings to demand that biodiversity criteria be included in the new Resilience and Sustainability Trust (RST) on Thursday, April 21, in Washington D.C.
French man donates most of his €200m lottery win ‘to save the planet’
The winner of France’s second-largest EuroMillions jackpot ever has dedicated most of the sum to protecting the planet.
What's the difference between rewilding and reforesting?
As the latest IPCC report stresses the need to remove carbon from our atmosphere as soon as possible, some are calling for more natural solutions.
Why the plan to protect 30% of the Earth by 2030 is fatally flawed
This is why we should be moving towards community-based conservation models.
This underwater farm in Italy looks like something from a sci-fi film
The subsea greenhouse offers a unique solution to growing food in places where conventional agriculture isn't possible.
Cutting down trees is boosting biodiversity in this Finnish forest
The tree stumps they leave behind are providing a unique habitat for birds and insects.
Rich countries asked to pay €50 bn to protect the world's biodiversity
"This is an investment in the services that biodiversity is generating for our society, for our economy, for our wellbeing and health."
Saving these 1,000 plants from extinction could feed millions
Over 1,000 plants could help solve vitamin B deficiencies but are underused.
Why is no one talking about the surge in forest growth in Europe?
Growth of European woodland seems to be an exception to the ongoing international deforestation crisis, but political challenges related to global forestry are greater than tree planting.
Italy makes protecting the environment a part of its constitution
The state must now safeguard biodiversity, ecosystems and the environment.
Europe’s 89 million dogs are pooing all over biodiversity hotspots
The levels of nitrogen and phosphorous found next to fouled paths would be illegal on farms, scientists were 'staggered' to discover.