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John Pfeiffer Nov 12
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livunigeog Nov 13
Are conservation scientists focusing on the right questions for conserving biodiversity? We assess progress on the 100 priority Qs for biodiversity conservation, led by & , & including
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Astral Ltd 9h
Roof timbers replaced and re-thatched 👷🏼‍♂️⚒
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Jonas Holt 🚮 24h
Working on 'Save the Great White Man' Tshirts too.
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Ecology Australia 20h
Environmental conservation, is it working? Meet the winner of the Wiley Next Generation Ecologist Award who is using to improve outcomes.
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Comrade Daines 10h
LOL! uses a science-based approach to conservation. I'd love to see their scorecard for (they don't do scorecards) or a side-by-side comparison of their goals to his legislative actions and policies.
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Tincture Of Museum 7h
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Gavin Phillips 16m
Clustered Bird , Chiloglottis pluricallata is found in high altitude areas of the Northern Tablelands of NSW. We saw these guys while looking at vulnerable Tasmannia glaucifolia near Ebor.
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SoyForestal 16h
Replying to @CNRS
John Thompson presents "Towards a process-based conservation strategy for diversity" beginning with a question, “What is the message you want to get across? There were many messages yesterday…” (1/2)
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Project Seagrass Nov 9
Each weekday from 6 to 21 December, 's 12 Days campaign will be giving 10 charities £1000. Please support our meadows by nominating ! Our charity number is 1162824 All our funds go towards seagrass
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Ana Sofia Guerra 20h
Paper out in Marine Policy! Perspective on reconciling successes with human industry in the ocean. What lessons can we draw from managing human-wildlife on land and what new unique challenges do we face in managing it at sea?
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Lynda Donaldson 3h
Inspirational talk from Carl Jones on success of species in Mauritius and how it can help restore ecological function. Be creative and we can achieve great things!
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UN Environment Nov 9
An education program helped to mitigate the conflict between farmers & 🐘 in Ghana: now 82% of community members accept that elephant is important for enhancing the ecological health of the ecosystem and human well being!
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Ducks Unlimited Nov 13
The Many Benefits of Wetlands Conservation: Conserving these multipurpose habitats is important not only for waterfowl and other wildlife but also for people and the environment
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Jamie Nov 13
Replying to @JamieInTrafford
And of course were powered by biscuits.
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Rebecca Stirnemann Nov 12
Winner of New Zealand’s emerging leader award Dr Amanda Black: a voice for nature
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Hawaii Volcanoes NPS 23h
An astonishing sight since we reopened is the continued presence of koa‘e kea nesting in the walls of the newly enlarged Halema‘uma‘u Crater. It's amazing how native species can adapt so well to active Hawaiian volcanoes! Photo/Janice Wei
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SoyForestal 9h
Replying to @AUB_Lebanon
Some social research: “A quantitative tool to assess local preference for the conservation of Important Plant Areas (IPA): a case study of Sannine-Kneysseh IPA in Lebanon” M. Salman from
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WCS Canada Nov 12
We use maps to understand so many things about Canadian wild spaces and the cumulative effects that humans have on them. This week during we'll be highlighting maps that we have helped create, as well as many that help us understand
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Environmental Info 3h
Restoring the damage from colonial Melbourne's oyster rush
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