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UN Environment Programme May 13
🔷75% of the world’s freshwater devoted to agriculture & livestock 🔶60 billion tons of renewable & non-renewable resources extracted globally every year Humanity's impact on nature cannot continue like this - we need balance.
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Kate Brauman May 29
I'm was asked to testify about the to the US Congress! Exciting! I also feel validated in being terrified - someone prepping us did point out that almost no one testifies to Congress voluntarily!
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Belinda Reyers May 29
The choice between development or biodiversity is a false one. In fact as shows 'We Need Development That is Good for People AND Good for the Planet' - a discussion I have with
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Johannes Forster May 24
A quote by revealed on a banner by Robin Wood at a major shopping mall in Leipzig ⁦⁩ Remember, more than 130 states agreed on the statement Plenary in Paris that an alternative to purely focusing on economic growth is needed
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The Nature Conservancy May 7
Unlikely climate hero? Beavers help create ponds and wetlands, which are good for wildlife, and restore some of the world’s most powerful carbon sinks. Read about the critical interrelationship between biodiversity and climate change:
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UN Environment Programme 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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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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World Economic Forum May 23
A third of mammals are currently at risk. 📕 Read more:
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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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Yoshishige no Yasutane May 11
The greatest ever stock-taking of the natural world has been published. And the conclusions are devastating # via
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Dr. Jonathan Kolby May 14
How many more people would live differently if they could feel the pain & grief that I feel for each species that I watch vanish forever? My Op-ed regarding the recent via
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Natural History Museum May 22
Replying to @IPBES
During the last century, we've observed alarming decreases in biodiversity. This month, a landmark report revealed that one million animals and plants are threatened with extinction:
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Green Adventures 🐋 May 9
Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history, says the released this week. The landmark report ranks the 5 top global culprits behind nature's destruction. Now we have no excuse not to tackle them.
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Laura Paddison May 7
This got a bit buried yesterday with new babies and GOT coffee cups. But the report is a must read and utterly terrifying. Nature is being lost on an unprecedented scale, and it's a dire threat to humanity.
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Extinction Rebellion ⌛️ May 18
'The... [ ] propose “steering away from... economic growth,” though they “expect opposition from those with interests vested in the status quo.” ... this is... code for overhauling global capitalism', Casey Williams.
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Pádraic Fogarty May 7
How can you write a headline that says our survival of a species is at risk and then put it on page 10?! 🤔 At least the put it on the front page where it should be!
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Climate Science Alliance May 20
Last week, the confirmed that an ecosystem collapse is already happening. Read Michael Wall's call-to-action in his commentary article: "We need to support a planet that supports us."
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Ralf Seppelt Aug 26
Quite a success, isn’t it?: in G7 pushes for biodiversity charter based on results from via
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Shannon M Hagerman May 30
"Other notable but less reported aspects are the importance of land management by indigenous groups..." On findings beyond the headline figure of 1 million species.
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Dr. Pam McElwee Aug 19
from ⁦⁩ is having exactly the traction we hoped it would: it is now the benchmark document used by state attorneys general & NYT editorial board to argue against rule changes in US Endangered Species Act 👊👊👊🙌🙌🙌
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