World Wildlife Day celebrates CITES’ 50th anniversary and its collaborative conservation efforts
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The key role that healthy ecosystems play is undeniable when it comes to fighting the climate crisis
“Building a shared future for all life” is the slogan for this year's Biodiversity Day.
By restoring damaged ecosystems, we can halt and reverse Earth’s biggest environmental and societal challenges.
Most savannas around the world are threatened to disappear in the future from direct and indirect human activities
A closer look at mangrove forests
Different microhabitats within these ecosystems are key to larval forms of fish and other invertebrates.
A new decade-long initiative to support countries in advancing sustainable development of the world’s oceans.
Studying the collapse of ecosystems opens a window towards the future, towards what may happen, but also one towards the past, towards the formation of the ecosystems that we currently know.
In the fight against Climate Change, ecosystem restoration is a great solution but it is only one of many actions that must be considered.
Marine ecosystems, in addition of being reservoirs of biodiversity, store more than half of the planet's CO2, even on a larger scale than the large terrestrial forests.
Plastic, silent invader of the seas
Eight million tons of plastic waste is estimated to flow into the oceans each year, jeopardizing biodiversity in marine ecosystems.