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Pheasant and partridge classified as species that imperil UK wildlife

11 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Shooting interests in England will need licence to release non-native birds near nature reserves Pheasants and partridges are to be classified alongside Japanese knotweed and...
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Halt the climate and nature-loss crises to prevent more pandemics, scientists tell world leaders

1 day ago   |   The Independent

Experts call for less consumption of wildlife, palm oil and exotic wood and for potential taxes on meat
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Expert reaction to an IPBES workshop report on biodiversity and pandemics

1 day ago   |   Science Media Centre

A report published online by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services looked at the link between degradation of nature and pandemic...
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Protecting nature is vital to ‘escaping era of pandemics' - report

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Halting destruction of wild places could slow frequency of deadly outbreaks, report says Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The world is in an “era...
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A wildlife catastrophe is imminent unless urgent action is taken warn Rewilding Britain

A wildlife catastrophe is imminent unless urgent action is taken warn Rewilding Britain

2 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Nature group Rewilding Britain has warned a wildlife catastrophe is imminent unless urgent action is taken to restore Britain's natural habitats. Zones are moving by three...
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Autumnwatch's Chris Packham leaves viewers shocked as he recalls ‘French kissing' a fox

2 days ago   |   Metro

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Autumnwatch presenter Chris Packham has left viewers utterly...
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The world's banks must start to value nature and stop paying for its destruction

2 days ago   |   The Guardian

As a new report spells out how financial institutions contribute to biodiversity loss, the clamour is growing for a new approach The scientific community has long been...
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Log cabin lunches and wolf tracker tours: a nature lover's guide to roaming Sweden

7 days ago   |   The Guardian

From the wild beauty of the Härjedalen mountains to the scattered islands of the Gothenburg archipelago, Europe's third-largest country is a haven for anyone who enjoys the...
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High stakes: Why the future of the EU's food policy must be green

7 days ago   |   Client Earth

There are few sectors as large and as essential as farming. The task of feeding nations is a towering feat and some of the EU's most major policies work to ensure farmers can...
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Wildlife of Tenerife - Matt Andrews

9 days ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

The Society is experimenting with recording presentations from its Tuesday Zoom meetings where the speaker is happy for that to happen. The first recording is Chairman Matt...
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Thousands of birds arrive for winter

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Can you save the earth after Election 2020? Play this game and find out

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Pheasant and partridge classified as species that imperil UK wildlife

Shooting interests in England will need licence to release non-native birds near nature reserves Pheasants and partridges are to be classified alongside Japanese knotweed and... Read more ...

Going digital: why an EU-wide database can help stop imports of illegal fish

Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing threatens populations of fish, damages marine habitats, contributes to unfair competition between fishers and can jeopardise the... Read more ...