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Bayer Crop Science May 11
Farming and don’t have to be at odds. Learn how we can protect farmland without sacrificing productivity.
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Steve Trewhella May 16
Beautiful female Spiny Seahorse this morning , can nature design anything more spectacular ? never has it been more urgent to protect the bio-diversity of Seagrass beds and other marine habitats
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UN Biodiversity May 17
Biodiversity refers to all kinds of life on earth. Rich means abundant resources for present & future. Protecting biodiversity is protecting us.
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WWF 🐼 May 15
You might have heard the term in the news recently, but what on earth is it? Biodiversity is the huge variety of animals 🐄, plants🌿& insects🐜on Earth🌏 and how they interact with each other.
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Toronto Forestry May 13
Our role in protecting global is to safeguard local native species. If we lose these species, they may be lost to the whole world. Biodiversity is important to maintaining a healthy local ecosystem & our high quality of life. Info:
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Newton Wildsmith May 18
Twice in a WEEK this field has been mown. It could be a wildflower haven pollinators, instead it’s relentlessly kept ‘tidy’. Bere Regis Parish Council need a good talking to! 🤬
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WWF 🐼 May 15
Replying to @WWF
A recently released UN report shows human impact is the key driver of a predicted 1m species in danger of extinction😱. The is, more and more people are aware of the importance of .👍 Read more here:
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Francis Nesbitt May 18
Why there's a crisis in the countryside, easily explained. Remove habitat & food and species can't survive. this is the kind of pic I was thinking of. (C)Lysov Muzeum
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CRC Research Lab May 17
A global assessment found that just a third of the world's rivers remain free flowing.
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KildareCountyCouncil 8m
Biodiversity Week 2019 Birds of the Grand Canal Date: Monday 20th May Time: 19.30 Location: Grand Canal, Sallins Free Event: No booking required For more info please visit
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FAO Knowledge May 18
is essential for food security and nutrition 👉 🍊🍋🥕🍅
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Sara Venn 4h
We’re in the Cardiff area-thrilled to see road verges managed with in mind. Oxeye daisies, buttercups, cow parsley, poppies abound.
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Simon Curson May 13
24 hours ago this tiny strip was full of Ox eye, Vetch, St Johns Wort, Lady’s Bedstraw, grasshopper nymphs and more. I guess twas too untidy. Scale this up to UK level and its one reason for wildlife decline.
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Environment Matters May 18
Bees boost the yield of 90 commercially produced crops. Including most fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and spices that we eat. The annual contribution of pollination services to the global economy has been estimated at $577bn
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 May 11
🌊 I am still shocked by the UN-report about our destruction of life on our planet at an unimaginable scale. This is to remind you how magnificent and diverse nature is. ‘Large Octopus changes color and texture’
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 May 18
🌎 I recently spoke in Boulder, Colorado, in a panel on ‘Saving the Planet, all Countries on Deck’ The video is now available at YouTube. ➡️ Also do check out the other panels.
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IPBES May 10
Since 1970 vertebrate populations fell: 🌄by 40% for land-based species 🏞️by 84% for freshwater species 🌊by 35% for marine species Report on and Services
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Macedonian Honey May 14
: the word no one used – until it began to vanish
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Sophie Yeo May 15
I went on a walk yesterday through a village outside Durham, where instead of mowing the roadside verges, they had allowed them to grow. It was so beautiful. And we saw so many birds!
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IPBES 5h
The Call to Action issued by the Nature Champions Summit highlights interlinkages among global challenges such as loss and , and calls for a global mobilization, including a commitment to “put nature first” in all decisions.
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