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Does biodiversity offsetting work?

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Does biodiversity offsetting work?

What influences the effectiveness of offsets schemes?

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IPBES Call for Experts and Fellows

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IPBES Call for Experts and Fellows

The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services has launched several calls for experts and fellows to participate in drafting their reports.

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Research on coral reefs is biased, according to new study

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Research on coral reefs is biased, according to new study

How is academic colonialism affecting publishing about coral reefs?

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Invasive plant species threaten 66 percent of India's natural areas

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Invasive plant species threaten 66 percent of India's natural areas

Indian scientists created a unique solution to a lack of invasive plant information.

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Stella - The Steller's sea eagle making a stellar economic impact

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Stella - The Steller's sea eagle making a stellar economic impact

How does a Steller's sea eagle found 7K miles off course benefit the economy?

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An assessment of hope: the IPBES Invasive Alien Species Report with Helen Roy

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An assessment of hope: the IPBES Invasive Alien Species Report with Helen Roy

Helen Roy, lead author, discusses the new IPBES report on invasive alien species

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New IPBES report delivers “wakeup call” on the growing global threats of invasive species

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New IPBES report delivers “wakeup call” on the growing global threats of invasive species

Global efforts to halt biodiversity loss by 2030 could be jeopardised by rising cases of invasive species.

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Small urban greening projects can dramatically increase number of insect species in cities

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Small urban greening projects can dramatically increase number of insect species in cities

The benefits of urban greening projects are finally quantifiable with use of new method.

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Wildcat, feral or stray? The difficulties of cat categorisation explored

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Wildcat, feral or stray? The difficulties of cat categorisation explored

A new study explores the difficulties of wildcat categorisation on conservation efforts.

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Centering justice in Nature-based Solutions projects

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Centering justice in Nature-based Solutions projects

How important is the concept of justice in Nature-based Solutions conservation projects?

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Are tropical butterflies equipped to survive the climate crisis?

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Are tropical butterflies equipped to survive the climate crisis?

There is a very real threat that we could lose many species of tropical butterflies.

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Biophobias on the rise in urban areas according to new study

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Biophobias on the rise in urban areas according to new study

17 out of 25 biophobias are increasing their prevalence worldwide.

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Queer ecology - embracing diversity in the natural world

Queer ecology - embracing diversity in the natural world

Queer ecology aims to disrupt the heteronormative ideas that have invaded our view of nature.

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Brigitte Baptiste – An LGBTQIA+ powerhouse in ecology

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Brigitte Baptiste – An LGBTQIA+ powerhouse in ecology

Who is Brigitte Baptiste - ecology's LGBTQIA+ phenomenon

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Migratory bats tracked for the first time ever, using new algorithm

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Migratory bats tracked for the first time ever, using new algorithm

Migratory bats near wind turbines can be tracked by new radar technology.

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