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Governments gather in Canada in bid to boost biodiversity

The Associated Press | 2022-12-06, 13:24

BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union lawmakers and governments reached a deal Tuesday that would ban the import of products which contribute to deforestation around the world. The preliminary agreement, which still needs to be formally adopted by the EU parliament,

As a sacred minnow nears extinction, Native Americans of Clear Lake call for bold plan

The Los Angeles Times | 2022-12-06, 13:20

LAKEPORT, Calif.Spring runs of a large minnow numbering in the millions have nourished Pomo Indians since they first made their home alongside Northern California’s Clear Lake more than 400 generations ago. The Clear Lake hitch glinted like

The biodiversity crisis in numbers - a visual guide

The Guardian | 2022-12-06, 13:18

Nature is under threat as never before, but what does that actually mean? We explain what is at stake – and why action at Cop15 is more crucial than ever Despite humanity’s many technological advances, we can only manage a well-informed guess at the true

Elephant herd moves out of forest to look for ragi crops in Tamil Nadu. Watch

Hindustan Times | 2022-12-06, 13:16

Do you follow IAS officer Supriya Sahu on Twitter? Then you may be aware of the different wildlife-related videos she shares. Those videos give people a glimpse of the majestic animals and birds of the jungles. Just like this video she recently

Sports Nutrition Pro Busts Myths About Dairy and Health, Environment with Farm to Training Table Story

PR Newswire | 2022-12-06, 13:15

TRACY, Calif., Dec. 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Real California Milk partnered with Jordan Mazur, MS, RD, sports dietitian for a California-based professional football team, to spotlight where the real dairy foods that athletes eat for

EU agrees ban on imports driving deforestation

Phys Dot Org | 2022-12-06, 13:13

The European Union reached an agreement Tuesday to ban the import of products including coffee, cocoa and soy in cases where they are deemed to contribute to deforestation. The draft law, which aims to ensure "deforestation-free supply chains" for the

Scotland set to shiver as Arctic air sweeps in with snow and ice warnings

London Evening Standard | 2022-12-06, 13:06

Temperatures could drop below minus 10 degrees centigrade in northern parts of the country. ...

Tips for keeping warm as the ‘wintry spell’ begins

London Evening Standard | 2022-12-06, 13:06

As cold arctic air is set to move across the UK, plunging temperatures to as low as minus 10C, what can you do to keep yourself warm – both in and out the house?Keep your curtains closedCurtains aren’t exactly airtight, but even the loosest layer of fabric can

KEN’S CORNER: America Is At The Mercy Of Big Oil From others

The Liberty Beacon | 2022-12-06, 13:04

KEN’S CORNER: America Is At The Mercy Of Big Oil From others By TLB Contributing Author: Ken LaRive Lafayette- Though Natural Gas demand and production in the US will strengthen, with a surplus to export. It is projected that oil from both North and

Watch | How has ‘Project Cheetah’ progressed in India?

The Hindu | 2022-12-06, 13:00

A video explainer on 'Project Cheetah', the first intercontinental transfer of wild cats into the country. ...

Biodiversity: Plan to declare 30% of the world protected areas by 2030 must place Indigenous ...

Amnesty | 2022-12-06, 12:58

A proposal to commit states to declare 30% of the Earth’s land and sea mass protected for conservation and biodiversity by 2030, the so-called 30 x 30 proposal, will be a major focus of discussions at the 15th Conference of the Parties (COP15) of the

A look into the land use of Valley’s Edge

Chico Enterprise Record | 2022-12-06, 12:58

CHICO — Valley’s Edge, the largest development project Chico has seen, got a 5-2 recommendation last week from the planning commission and seems to be on its way to becoming a reality. The plan, which is about 14 years in the making, came from developer

Biodiversity - The Genetic Takeover of ALL Living Things - Patrick M. Wood

Bitchute | 2022-12-06, 12:58

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Major biodiversity conference opens in Montreal amid hope of hard conservation target

CTV | 2022-12-06, 12:51

A major international conference on preserving the world's biodiversity is to open Tuesday with speakers including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. ...

Forest City Masonic Lodge ‘Night with the Clergy’ Dec. 7

no EC Cleveland Jewish News | 2022-12-06, 12:50

Forest City Masonic Lodge will host the 49th annual “Brotherhood Night” or “Night With The Clergy” with dinner

Words That Didn’t Make the Cut: What Happened to Indigenous Rights at COP27

WhoWhatWhy | 2022-12-06, 12:49

This year’s UN climate conference saw the highest participation of Indigenous peoples to date, with more than 300 delegates from around the world calling for agreements to explicitly include a human rights approach. Although Indigenous issues were ambitiously

Nigeria: Nigeria Loses U.S.$595 Million to Gas Flare in 10 Months

All Africa | 2022-12-06, 12:49

Despite Nigeria's dwindling revenue occasioned by massive

Ghana: Govt Committed to Creating Enabling Environment for Mining Industry to Thrive - Minister

All Africa | 2022-12-06, 12:49

Government will continue to create an enabling environment for the mining industry to thrive, particularly for green projects and initiatives, Lands and Natural Resources Minister, Samuel Abu Jinapor, has said. ...

Africa: Solving the Water Crisis Is Key to Climate Action and Sustainable Development

All Africa | 2022-12-06, 12:48

The momentum from COP27 will carry us to next year's UN 2023 Water Conference, the first of its kind since 1977 ...

World Cup round-up: Asian dream comes to a halt; France and England meet in clash of titans

Vietnam News | 2022-12-06, 12:46

Japan and South Korea suffered heartbreaks in their knockout matches, while France and England easily dismantled their opponents to face each other in the quarterfinals. Anh Đức HÀ NỘI — Japan and South Korea suffered heartbreak in their knockout

Climate change: Plants behaving strangely is something to keep an eye on – Scotsman comment

The Scotsman | 2022-12-06, 12:45

Many gardeners will have noticed that some plants have been behaving in rather strange ways in recent years. ...

What Could Possibly Go Right?: Episode 95 Geneen Marie Haugen

Resilience | 2022-12-06, 12:34

Share Tweet Print Show Notes Geneen Marie Haugen, PhD, grew up as a free-range wildish kid with a run amok imagination. She is a guide to the experiential, intertwined mysteries of nature and psyche with the Animas Valley Institute, and is on the faculty of

Airlines warn of higher fares as industry moves to net zero target

The Guardian | 2022-12-06, 12:33

Iata director general Willie Walsh calls for greater production of sustainable aviation fuel Airline passengers face higher ticket prices as the industry moves towards its target of reducing emissions to net zero by 2050, the head of a global trade association

BLACKTAIL - The Forest Awaits

Gamespot | 2022-12-06, 12:33

You play as Yaga, a 16-year-old girl accused of witchcraft and expelled from

Nation contributes to biodiversity via COP 15: China Daily editorial

China Daily | 2022-12-06, 12:28

Because of human activities, species are disappearing from the planet with alarming rapidity, at 50 to 100 times the historical rate. But while the loss of individual species makes the news and catches people's attention, "it is the fragmentation, degradation,

Tamil Nadu floats consultancy tender for new Parandur airport

no EC Projects Monitor | 2022-12-06, 12:28

The Tamil Nadu state government has issued a tender to select a

Park Rangers Are Using Silent Ebikes to Catch Poachers

Wired | 2022-12-06, 12:10

A Swedish electric bike is helping Mozambique’s park rangers protect game and reducing the need for fossil fuel infrastructure in Africa’s remotest areas. ...

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