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Public Citizen May 22
NEW: 31 of the 50 top U.S. papers didn't cover the landmark U.N. report which found that 1 million plant and animal species are at risk of extinction due to human activity. This is inexcusable.
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IPBES May 22
"We are losing faster than ever before ...The good news is that it's not too late...but it's going to take transformative changes." —Stuart Butchart , Coordinating Lead Author.
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IPBES 7h
is the richness of life. 🍓 🌱 🌎 🐒 🐛 Through transformative change, nature can still be conserved, restored and used sustainably. —
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World Economic Forum May 23
A third of mammals are currently at risk. 📕 Read more:
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IPBES May 21
The U.S. Congress has invited to testify on the ! Watch the Facebook livestream tomorrow at 4 p.m. CEST / 10 a.m. EDT. Click here to get reminded when we're live:
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UN Biodiversity May 25
Dry regions take up 42% of the Earth's land surface. examines what the findings mean for these places and the 2️⃣ billion people who call them home.
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Leonardo DiCaprio May 7
Protecting nature, solving the climate crisis, and achieving sustainability cannot be reached unless we see a radical transformation of our society.
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Mel 10h
Replying to @GretaThunberg @IPBES
The Report ranking the relative impact of drivers of loss. 1. Land/Sea Use Change 2. Direct Exploitation 3. Climate Change 4. Pollution 5. Invasive Species
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Dr. Amy Dunham May 20
Was worried last month no one would pay attention to call to action. But as of today, 23,150 online articles mentioning IPBES, in 6,272 online news sites/outlets, in 151 countries, and in 45 languages. Source:
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Caitlin Murray May 22
denier Marc Morano says the biodiversity report is "authoritative propaganda" by the U.N. to acquire more funding
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Caitlin Murray May 22
During questioning, Patrick Moore goes against the scientific consensus on , stating "carbon dioxide has been steadily declining for the past 150 million years to it's lowest level in the history of life on Earth."
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Natural History Museum May 22
Replying to @IPBES
The report also tells us that it's not too late to make a difference, but only if we start now and transform our treatment of the natural world at every level.
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Rebecca (Becks) Spake 13h
Just turned on to hear being mocked and laughed about by the presenter and guest. Really? We are facing an extinction crisis, it is no joke. Read the IPBES report.
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FAO May 7
The loss of makes news headlines around the world. 🍏The food we eat depends on it. 🌬️The air we breathe depends on it. 💧The water we drink depends on it. Life as we know it wouldn’t exist.
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IrRADIARE's European Office May 22
Nature is calling us all for action on preservation!
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The Nature Conservancy May 7
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UN Environment May 11
The main drivers of change in nature with largest relative global impacts: 1: Change in land & sea 🌊use 2: Direct exploitation of organisms 3: 4: Pollution 5: Invasive Species - We need paradigm shifts to restore & protect nature.
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