Saturday, 23 May 2020Super UserAverage rating1934 Twa People Starving due to Uganda Lockdown /index.php/en/content_page/item/1934-twa-people-starving-due-to-uganda-lockdown
- A Letter From Uganda UGANDA TWA INDIGENOUS ETHNIC MINORITY AFFECTED BY HUNGER AS RESULT OF COVID-19 LOCKDOWN Though marginalized and left to starve, the Twa of Uganda still maintain their cultural heritage and their famous songs. By fPcN - 23. May 2020 The Twa forest people live in Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Often known as Batwa, as they are called by Bantu sp ...
Friday, 14 February 2020Super UserAverage rating1602 Indigenous Cultures Key to Safeguarding Biodiversity /index.php/en/content_page/item/1602-indigenous-cultures-key-to-safeguarding-biodiversity
Protecting indigenous cultures is crucial for saving the world’s biodiversity Indigenous young people take part in the first Hornbill Festival organized by the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), 16 Sept ...
Friday, 24 January 2020Super UserAverage rating1697 Dragon-like Snake Avoids Humans /index.php/en/content_page/item/1697-dragon-like-snake-avoids-humans
This Rare Snake Looks Like An Ancient Dragon And Avoids Humans Spiny Bush Vipers - Atheris By MR - 24.January 2020 Do you regularly avoid humans and spend most of your time relaxing until it’s time t ...
Monday, 30 December 2019Super UserAverage rating1437 Earth Changes During 2019 /index.php/en/content_page/item/1437-earth-changes-during-2019
10 Ways Earth Changed Forever in 2019 Raikoke Volcano on the Kuril Islands erupted on June 22, 2019, sending a huge ash cloud high into the atmosphere. (Image: © NASA Earth Observatory) By Stephanie ...
Thursday, 28 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1299 The Partridge could become extinct in Germany /index.php/en/content_page/item/1299-the-partridge-could-become-extinct-in-germany
Partridge Populations Down 91 Percent in Germany Incredibly, the Germans are not even able to preserve the Partridge (Perdix perdix) in their natural or cultural landscapes. Picture: Calling Part ...
Thursday, 14 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1289 Protected Nature is Added Value /index.php/en/content_page/item/1289-protected-nature-is-added-value
Prologue: While the added value of protected areas within farmlands, established with this paper, will be approved by most scientists, the loss of value in ecosystem services when a natural (forest/w ...
Wednesday, 25 September 2019Super UserAverage rating965 Value and Price of Biodiversity /index.php/en/content_page/item/965-value-and-price-of-biodiversity
COMMENT: NATURE IS INVALUABLE, BUT ECONOMISTS CAN NOT HANDLE THAT. The value of biodiversity is not the same as its price ECOTERRA says: Imagine you would have the task to establish a cost estimate t ...
Friday, 13 September 2019Super UserAverage rating904 Land Restoration in Latin America /index.php/en/content_page/item/904-land-restoration-in-latin-america
But it also must be clear that the approach: "First you destroy it for your own greedy benefit and then you can try to restore it with global funding and will be able to cash in on both" can no longe ...
Thursday, 12 September 2019Super UserAverage rating947 FIGHT FOR EARTH /index.php/en/content_page/item/947-fight-for-earth
The Best Way to Save Nature? More Nature ! A project to build a network of salt marshes, grasslands and lagoons on Wallasea Island on England’s eastern coast is due for completion in October (Peter M ...
Monday, 09 September 2019Super UserAverage rating1658 The Problem: Civilization /index.php/en/content_page/item/1658-the-problem-civilization
Are Humans Inherently Destructive? San People in southern Africa making friction fire. Photo by Isewell, used under the CC BY-SA 2.5 license. By Max Wilbert - DGR - 09. September 2019 Are we, as a sp ...
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