conservation

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

The Living Planet Index measures the average size of species populations. In many parts of the world, they’re still shrinking.

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More than a quarter of assessed species are at risk of extinction. But many more will die out before we even give them a name.

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Habitat destruction and modification harms biodiversity, and compounds the impacts of climate change and other threats to wildlife.

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Despite climate change, corals in the Kimberley region show remarkable resilience to harsh conditions, providing valuable lessons for conservation efforts.

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The export of green development projects taps the long-standing domestic strategy of ‘ecological civilisation’.

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Securing cities from future heat effects requires a fictional reality which can become a future truth.

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Increasing the amount of nature in our cities can provide many benefits as long as it’s done with biodiversity in mind.

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Fire prevention is key to protecting peatland swamps and surrounding communities should be at the frontline in such efforts.

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On the ocean floor, robots will gather the rocks and suction pipes and hydraulic lifts will transport these to a surface vessel.

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Deep sea mining is about to get the green light and companies itching to exploit it have a head start on authorities.

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Restoring kelp forests to sustain the vital role they play in the blue economy will require people rethinking their relationship with the ocean.

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