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Nature4Climate Jul 16
Did you know that by creating dams, beavers transform degraded wetlands into some of the most powerful carbon sinks on the planet? Read about the critical interrelationship between and :
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IPBES Jul 13
A new app will help curious children (and parents!) identify plant and animal species they encounter in the wild, all the while gathering evidence as citizen scientists to map .
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FAO 18h
Without these tiny heroes 🐦🐝🦇🦋 we wouldn't have all these types of food...
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Cathy Oke Jul 16
A few tears shed for future generations at tonight’s meeting. But tears aren’t what youth want. They need urgent action. Proud Councillors unanimously supported my urgent motion to continue our leadership & declare a & 🌿🌳🌏🏙
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⚖️Josepha Madigan Jul 16
Recognising the increasing threats to nationally and globally and following Govt initiatives to protect and nurture Ireland’s flora and fauna, it would be wrong to extend hedge cutting further into August this year. See:
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Mike Hudema 9h
Over a million species of plants and animals face extinction because of human activity, new report. There is no planet B. Time to implement a plan to address it all.
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FAO Jul 18
Agricultural is vital for coping with a changing climate and securing our .
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Sustain at Culver Jul 14
Culver’s 4 acre pollinator prairie is particularly “showy” today!
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FAO Climate Change Jul 19
RT : What's ? The existence of many different types of plants & animals that makes the 🌍 a healthier & more productive place. We wouldn’t be able to survive without it! Learn more 👉
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Sven Sachs 10h
Skeleton of the Jurassic marine crocodylomorph Machimosaurus. On display at the Royal Belgian Institut of Natural Sciences in Brussels.
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Fieldcraft Jul 19
As of yesterday, suppliers on Fieldcraft offer ingredients made from 3,000 unique plant varieties.
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Yale Tropical Forest Landscapes-Online Certificate Jul 18
Tropical forest ecosystems are complex. We are just starting to grasp the processes that shape forests, such as plant-animal interaction and responses to disturbance. Participants learn about different ways that forests function in the Fundamentals course
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FAO Asia Pacific Jul 18
Kadambot Siddique, Prof. Agriculture, Uni Western Australia: policy-makers need to examine best practices undertaken locally, identify underutilized crops & species & help farmers adapt for greater nutritional& economic successes. Watch:
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Mandeigh Jul 12
It doesn't take much to create a bee feast 🐝🐝🐝
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FAO Asia Pacific Jul 17
From the -CBD Asia-Pacific Consultation on mainstreaming , a video statement on the importance of by H.E. Ambassador Mohammad Hossein Emadi, Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to FAO. Video:
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Allen Pyke Jul 19
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Earth.Org Jul 17
Marine biologists call the Philippine Sea ‘center of the center’ of aquatic biodiversity. But with the ongoing decimation, the future of its marine life is bleak. Read more at
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Francis Buner Jul 19
In a time when some modern-day kids seriously believe that bacon grows on trees, it is high time that we take them out into the fields & show them first-hand what grows where, and how this impacts . One of our 10 demo sites might not be far from you.
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Cllr.RodericO'Gorman Jul 19
There's been a lot of concern about major tree felling on development sites in D15. I put in a question to the meeting: where there is planning permission, a developer is not bound by the March-Sept 'no-cutting' rule. Big gap in the law here
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DouglasStreet Jul 18
Exciting day here on as get Ireland's first underway! A fab for all to enjoy! The People's Parklet is here until on Sep 29th. So come on down, bring your lunch, sit, enjoy!
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