Tag: biodiversity loss
Tuesday, 05 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1235 Who Watches the Watchmen? /index.php/en/content_page/item/1235-who-watches-the-watchmen
Who Watches the PalmOil Watchmen? 2 Palm oil watchdog’s sustainability guarantee is still a destructive con - EIA Ruthless Indonesia and corrupted label-groups ensure that deforestation for unhealthy ...
Friday, 01 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1198 U.S. American Wolverine Close to Extinction /index.php/en/content_page/item/1198-u-s-american-wolverine-close-to-extinction
Only 300 Wolverines Left in USA — They Need You Now Wolverines have become nearly extinct in the USA, Rocky Mountain state and California - except in Alaska, where they are also in decline. By Biolog ...
Monday, 28 October 2019Super UserAverage rating1166 Agriculture Greatest Threat to Natural Lands /index.php/en/content_page/item/1166-agriculture-greatest-threat-to-natural-lands
Extent of human encroachment into world’s protected areas revealed Forest transition in Cameroon. Credit: Mokhamad Edliadi/CIFOR By Fred Lewsey - 28. October 2019 Largest study yet to compare protect ...
Sunday, 29 September 2019Super UserAverage rating1001 Everything is burned /index.php/en/content_page/item/1001-everything-is-burned
People march during the 10th Indigenous March to defend Mother Earth near San Jose, Bolivia, September 27, 2019. REUTERS/David Mercado 'Evo - Everything is burned': Bolivian caravan marches across fi ...
Tuesday, 24 September 2019Super UserAverage rating964 Global Warming Consequences /index.php/en/content_page/item/964-global-warming-consequences
Drought is just one reason why it matters to keep global heating below 1.5C. Nic Bothma/EPA Sticking to 1.5°C Matters Not convinced on the need for urgent climate action? Here's what happens to our p ...
Friday, 20 September 2019Super UserAverage rating943 Bird Populations Are Collapsing /index.php/en/content_page/item/943-bird-populations-are-collapsing
Bird populations are collapsing, and it's a sign of a bigger problem 'We need to pay attention' to the bird decline, researchers say. (Supplied: Gary Mueller, Cornell Lab of Ornithology) By environme ...
Monday, 16 September 2019Super UserAverage rating916 Farm Subsidies Destroy Natural World /index.php/en/content_page/item/916-farm-subsidies-destroy-natural-world
$1m a minute: the farming subsidies destroying the world Farm subsidies are and always have been very destructive to the economy and the environment. They usually are just bribes by the ruling govern ...
Saturday, 07 September 2019Super UserAverage rating903 Desertification Costs: 15 trillion dollars annually /index.php/en/content_page/item/903-desertification-costs-15-trillion-dollars-annually
Desertification Costs World Economy up to 15 trillion dollars – U.N. Forest fires, droughts and other forms of land degradation cost the global economy as much as 15 trillion dollars every year and a ...
Thursday, 05 September 2019Super UserAverage rating862 Amazon Forest Fires Keep Burning /index.php/en/content_page/item/862-amazon-forest-fires-keep-burning
Amazon fires: what will happen if they keep burning? It will take hundreds of years for the larger hardwood species to grow back, if ever. By Camila Silva (*) - 05. September 2019 "If the Amazon keep ...
Thursday, 05 September 2019Super UserAverage rating974 Ecocide in New Zealand /index.php/en/content_page/item/974-ecocide-in-new-zealand
Testimonies given by Sue Grey and Alan Simmons on New Zealand’s Ecocide with the use of 1080 Poison Death is applied in New Zeland from above. By ITNJ - 05. September 2019 The ITNJ opens its Commissi ...
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