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New study finds ants are darker in rainforest canopies

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New study finds ants are darker in rainforest canopies

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Reflections on the State of Nature report 2019

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Reflections on the State of Nature report 2019

Fiona Burns, BES member and Conservation Scientist at the RSPB. Fiona has been involved in all three State of Nature reports, and here she reflects on her personal highlights and challenges this time around.

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Climate change is disrupting our critical progress toward the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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Climate change is disrupting our critical progress toward the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

According to a paper by Gerald Singh and others, the far-reaching, multifaceted effects of climate change are slowing our critical progress toward the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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Tech and Behaviour Solutions in Invasion Science

Join us at Northumbria University, Newcastle, for a 1.5-day event exploring how tech and behaviour can be harnessed to tackle invasive species.

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Belfast, Northern Ireland

How wild is wild? Rewilding the island of Ireland

Join us a for a lively panel discussion of ‘how wild is wild?’ In partnership with the Irish Ecological Association.

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