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Midori Paxton
Nature is our strongest but most unnoticed ally for tackling the global development challenges. Head Ecosystems and Biodiversity, UNDP
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Midori Paxton 22h
How and what you eat 🍽️ has consequences for the planet 🌍. On this Day, take a look at how the palm sugar industry in is supporting :
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António Guterres Jun 13
The climate emergency is the battle of our lives. We need . Now.
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Midori Paxton Jun 17
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Nikolaj CosterWaldau Jun 16
I’m proud to lend my voice to protect nature through the . Check out this video to learn more about how our simple idea can have a huge impact on our planet.
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Midori Paxton Jun 14
Mexico is a country of megabiodiversity where ~12% of 🌍species are represented. is working w/ Gov of Mexico & partners to take , protecting lands & waters on which all life depends:
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UN Biodiversity Jun 13
Rice, wheat and maize 🌾 now provide more than 50% of global plant-derived calories. They can be complemented by or substituted with thousands of alternative crops: sorghum, millet, and quinoa are 3 resilient examples with a high nutrient content.
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Gorongosa National Park Jun 13
Two young male lions - never identified or documented as being in before - received GPS collars this week. We're excited to see where these two lions go and what prides they join.
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Midori Paxton Jun 13
Have you heard of the axolotl? An endangered amphibian, known as the aquatic incarnation of the god Xolotl - associated with movement & rebirth: Read more about why matters & how we're trying to create a
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GEF Jun 13
Harnessing is the key to a flourishing environment and livelihoods in . A -funded project enables communities to preserve their heritage while guarding the natural landscape:
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UN Development Jun 12
Just 4% of living mammals on the planet are wild. As populations grow, a million plant & animal species are facing extinction due to human activities. Humans can't survive w/o nature. explains the stakes:
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GEF Jun 12
“If we continue business as usual, we will continue to lose , and we will continue to undermine human wellbeing.” Visit to our Facebook page and watch interview with IPBES Sir Bob Watson!
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Midori Paxton Jun 12
Have you had your morning cup of coffee ☕ yet? Take an inspiring look at how this little energizing bean is helping to revive a park & a people in :
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BIOFIN Jun 11
Alfredo Arellano-Guillermo, Minister of Ecology and Environment of the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico giving a fascinating example from Quintana Roo, on parametric insurance for coral reefs, the premium will be released based on high wind speed, over 100 knots.
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UN Development Jun 10
200 lions lived in Gorongosa National Park before the civil war. When war ended, its 🦁 population was 🔻 to a single digit & wildlife 🔻90-99%. Today, the 🦁 🐘 has returned thanks to women & :
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Midori Paxton Jun 10
"I exploited my natural resources just as my father did, & his father before him. I paid little attention to what was actually left in the forest," but now an inspiring look at how locals in are saving the tree kangaroo & creating a
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Jamison Ervin Jun 9
Incredible announcement from : decarbonize 100% by 2021. Says : “Tackling resistance to change is one of the most important tasks we have right now.” RT if you agree: this is the change we need to see right now!
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United Nations Jun 9
What can young people do to stop the climate crisis? Watch and answer this and other questions. Full video:
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GEF Jun 8
This read how established sustainable fishery practices in the to secure global tuna stocks and small islanders’ livelihoods: 🐟🐟🐟🎣
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GEF Jun 8
Harnessing is the key to a flourishing environment and livelihoods in . A -funded project enables communities to preserve their heritage while guarding the natural landscape:
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS Jun 7
This will move you !! Funeral procession of the weeping elephants carrying dead body of the child elephant. The family just don’t want to leave the baby.
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