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Lina Kabbadj Aug 2
Nice to get an insider feel of the process! Enjoyed the episode with on transformational change, highlighting the importance of listening to different knowledge systems and worldviews.
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styraciflua Aug 8
please consider in your neck of the woods
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Cory Morningstar 5h
Replying to @elleprovocateur
campaign is the sister campaign of . Led by & , partners at inception include & . Creative & technical partner includes B-Reel films. . The financialization & of nature - global in scale.
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Dodo Panic Feb 21
Summary in dodoish: Squaaik squakka squaaaak* * it's bad, It's because of the humans, Run for your life if you can, little bird.
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Harriet Bradley Nov 28
common problem across the board, many don't realise biodiversity is the planetary boundary we have crossed the most, but now changing with and Europe's . + 2020 is super year for biodiversity with new 2030 targets to agree, and of course farm subsidy reform :)
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UNEP-WCMC Nov 14
This week ' five task forces meet for the first time, working together to strengthen the science-policy interface. Great to see some of our own team feeding into this important process!
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WCS Canada Apr 27
“Perhaps most importantly, we need transformative change – the kind highlighted last year in the Global Assessment Report (the one that found a million species of plants and animals are at risk of extinction in coming decades)”
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UN Biodiversity Jun 23
🌴 For , shines a spotlight on the 5⃣ leading causes of , as outlined in the .🌳 🚜 Commercial 🌾 Local subsistence agriculture 🏢 Urban expansion 🚗 Infrastructure ⛏️ Mining
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Nature-based Solutions Initiative | Oxford Univ. Nov 7
What are the key knowledge gaps to achieve ? We need better: knowledge on social-ecological feedbacks; use of institutions to improve the social distribution of ; use of & local knowledge. According to reports
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Ariel Brunner Dec 10
Do you realise you're celebrating progress on the road to hell? Have you been paying any attention to or anything else?
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Bittu Sahgal Jul 9
Act in haste repent at leisure is an old adage. India would be well advised to read the report at this url. which confirms that ecosystems are infrastructures of far greater survival value than nations presume
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Laura Dee Aug 4
I have chills listening to this inspiration talk by !!!
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Good Anthropocenes Nov 14
Seeds project member explaining the Taddele force on models & scenarios
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Andrew Norton Nov 29
Nice to see this - of indigenous peoples will be critical to protecting the world's precious biodiversity (as report on global biodiversity loss demonstrates).
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WrongKindofGreen Mar 10
Nov 18, 2020 tweet stressing importance of achieving in 2020. is the corporate capture of nature, global in scale - brought to you by , , , , , (We Mean Business, etc.), , etc.
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Esther Turnhout Apr 30
My blogpost on the blind spot of nature policy. The need to go beyond protected areas and ensure effective and just biodiversity governance and nature conservation.
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Ivonne Higuero Jan 31
: Exploitation of species is 2nd driver of biodiversity loss. On World Wildlife Day 3/3/2020 at UNHQ in NY & will host a high level event 'SUSTAINING ALL LIFE ON EARTH' on efforts to move towards sustainable use of biodiversity for people, planet&prosperity
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Raphael Weyland 🇪🇺 May 5
Imo one of the best graphs of the report, explaining the very simple truth: it's us humans driving into crisis, foremost by our way of or fishing etc.
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Jan Kuiper Feb 23
The Japanese and "Nature". Turns out that visiting in the Crafts Gallery of the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokio provides the perfect preparation for Nature Futures workshop
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Rainer M Krug Jan 26
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