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Oct 3 Biodiversity UK: More than a quarter of UK mammals face extinction [1]

2019[edit]

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Jul 29 India news: India’s wild tiger population rises 33% in four years [2]

May 6 Nature crisis: Humans 'threaten 1m species with extinction' [3]

Feb 10 Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature' [4]

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Chile creates five national parks over 10m acres in historic act of conservation, Jan 29 [5]

2018[edit]

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Kenya: Thriving communities and thriving ecosystems through the bee, Jan 22 [6]

2017[edit]

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Costa Rica: A global view from a mountain town: how conservation became ingrained in Monteverde, Sep 6 [7]

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Malaysia: Nature gem within the city, Bukit Nana Forest, Aug 31 [8]

Saved: the endangered species back from the brink of extinction, Apr 8 [9]

2016[edit]

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Vancouver moves to protect urban wildlife with new strategy, Feb 2 [10]

2015[edit]

Every species counts: Value of biodiversity is particularly high in poor environmental conditions, November 17 [11]

2014[edit]

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CASwiki news articles have a focus on news of community action for sustainability. This article is an offshoot from Biodiversity and is for news and comment in that global or international context.


Comment[edit]

2019

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Sep 19 Climate news 2019: For the sake of life on Earth, we must put a limit on wealth, George Monbiot [12]

2017

Insectageddon: farming is more catastrophic than climate breakdown, George Monbiot, Oct 20 [13]

2016

When I Dream of a Planet in Recovery, March 12 [14]

How 'natural geoengineering' can help slow global warming, Mar 2 [15]

2015

Opinion: Health and biodiversity restored? How farming can rediscover its long-lost roots, November 16. [16]

2013

The Ecozoic City, March 19. [17] Over the ages we’ve invested huge amounts of effort and energy to keep cities and nature separate. What would it mean if that were about to change?

See also[edit]


References

  1. BBC News
  2. The Guardian
  3. BBC News
  4. The Guardian
  5. The Guardian
  6. transitionnetwork.org
  7. @Mongabay
  8. @EurekAlert
  9. The Guardian
  10. globalnews.ca
  11. Science Daily
  12. The Guardian
  13. The Guardian
  14. derrickjensen.org
  15. GreenBiz
  16. The Ecologist
  17. doorsofperception.com


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