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We are in the midst of a global biodiversity crisis1,2 with severely limited resources for conservation action3. At current extinction rates, we are set to experience unprecedented losses of species and their phylogenetic diversity (PD). 

 


Big Oil loses appeal, climate suits go to California courts-
“They should not be able to stick taxpayers with the bill for the damage they knew they were causing.”

 


STILL DIGGING: 

G20 GOVERNMENTS CONTINUE TO FINANCE THE CLIMATE CRISIS

 


Pandemic offers glimpse into a carbon neutral future

The data has been collected on behalf of the Devon Climate Emergency Response Group

 

 


In Wake of Global Shutdowns, Researchers Expect Water Quality to Improve

Since air and water quality are linked, researchers expect to see signs of cleaner water in the short term. 

 


Coronavirus is the voice of the Earth

Satish Kumar

 


Countries Restarting Economies Have Rare Chance to Solve Ocean Plastic Pollution 

Duke University analysis discusses strategies to stop the flow

 

 


Australian Federal Government’s Warning on use of fracking chemicals in Queensland's water channel country 

Unconventional gas projects use chemicals that are of ‘potentially high concern’ for sensitive region, report finds  

It said of 116 chemicals known to be used in drilling and fracking, 33 were assessed as being of “potentially high concern” and 41 were of “potential concern”.

 

 


Marijuana cultivation whittling away Madagascar’s largest connected forest

 

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