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Tim Davenport 24m
My teenage daughter just made this small video (sound on) to celebrate , with a few of the old man’s snaps. Enjoy!
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Little Green Space 🐝 Aug 2
Please and no to weedkillers and pesticides in your garden or community spaces! Less work, less fossil fuel use, less cost. More wildlife, more wildflowers, more insects. 🐝🐞🐸🌻 ⁠ ⁠
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Natural History Museum⁷ Jul 29
Nature photographer climbed 700 meters to get this photo of a Bengal tiger. Tigers are making a comeback in Bhutan thanks to a growing network of wildlife corridors which connect the national parks and protect the of the kingdom.
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FAO Aug 2
Once we lose a species we have lost it forever! 😱 Our bees and other are dying. Without them, we wouldn't have 75% of the 🌎 food! We need to protect our pollinators to preserve our and secure our future of food.
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Trinity College Dublin Jul 30
Delighted to see our new wildflower turf rolled out on College Green today. All made possible by the 12,496 Trinity students, staff and members of the public who voted in favour of the move!
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Andy Gonzalez Jul 30
Does habitat fragmentation cause passive loss, or, is it an ecological process of community decay? Although hotly debated the data synthesis by et al. provides compelling evidence for decay.
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Kaveh Madani | کاوه مدنی Aug 2
The ecosystem health-human health feedback loop.
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Erlijn van Genuchten, PhD Aug 1
🌍🌱Day 348: Yesterday, whilst looking for brown signs (see Q&A), we came across a "bee path" with panels providing information about and (with a beautiful sunset behind us). I like it that both children and adults are informed about these important topics.
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UN Biodiversity Jul 29
📢UPDATE: Biodiversity Summit will be held on 30 September 2020! will convene Heads of State & Government under theme “Urgent action on for sustainable development”. Get the latest on this pivotal event for . ➡️
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Rian Kennedy Aug 2
Cattle grazing beside the flowering wildflower meadow
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Sophie Nicklaus-Lai 🌻💚 Jul 30
proud to share this memory: we went out right after the end of Paris lockdown, with masks and distance to show the Greens’ support of Assa Traoré fighting racism in France. Black and white and green all over 🌱🌻💪
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Marcio Borges-Martins Jul 31
Last day of the and here's the species of rattlesnake distributed further south in the world, Crotalus durissus. This beauty is from Emas National Park in central Brazil. Nice iniciative of .
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Regeneration Int'l Jul 31
Earth’s soil holds 3x more carbon than the entire atmosphere. If farmers use their fields to draw down carbon & put it underground, it can help reverse + boost soil’s carbon content which protects against erosion & increases .
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aryabhatti Jul 26
has 25% of the elephant population in India, 20% of India’s tiger population and a whopping 33% of India’s There are rainforest here that rival the Amazon’s. Why isn’t this better known?
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EU in India Jul 29
33% more roars since 2014!🐯 India is home to 70% of the world’s tigers and has shown an impressive growth in the tiger population in the last few years. The 🇪🇺 & 🇮🇳 are committed to set such roaring examples of protecting wildlife &a.
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ipbes Aug 2
August 9th is International Day of the World's Peoples🌺 Comprising less than 5% of the world's population, peoples protect 80% of global . Learn more from 👇
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FAO Climate Change Aug 3
Agricultural is vital for coping with a changing and securing our future of food. 🍎🍐🥕🍉🌽 5 benefits of agricultural 👇
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Madhurya Jul 28
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Vandana Chaudhary 10h
On an average we are loosing 137 species a day, inhabiting the tropical forests. Every little effort counts to save our .
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Earth Day Network Aug 1
The air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat all rely on . If we ignore our responsibility towards all living beings, we will inevitably end up destroying our future.
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