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Pádraig M. Rice Jul 2
15 years ago my parents planted half of our family farm in West Kerry with native Irish trees. Over the years we have watched as the wildlife returned. First the badger, then the wild deer and this morning we welcomed the rabbits! 🦡 🦌 🐇
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Aaron Foley 🍃💚🍃 Jul 4
My rewilded in stark relief by neighbouring More than a jumble of plants it is layered from the ground up to provide a variety of habitats to improve This year planted ivy along the walls & installed A pond.
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M3M Foundation Jul 2
8 million tonnes of enter our ocean every year, adding to the estimated 150 million tonnes already circulating in marine environments. believes that the effort to tackle can help us improve ocean health and support .
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Patricia Kombo Jul 2
"Building back better should go beyond the green recovery and embrace a ‘Blue Recovery. oceans are under increasing threat from myriad impacts warming effects of climate change to pollution frommarine litter, overfishing and coral reef and loss."
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RD UG4PH Jul 4
Small urban could prove to be a "secret weapon" against . This originates from the mind of Akira Miyawaki.
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Steve Trewhella Jul 3
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Population Matters Jun 30
Human population growth and unsustainable consumption patterns are the two underlying drivers of the . We cannot end loss if we ignore either of them. Take action:
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Ryan Hodgson Jul 2
The animals are thriving in our absence. 🐢🐋🦅 Will we learn from this? Or will we just go back to our greedy destructive ways?
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Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN) Jul 2
Congrats to the Xingu Seed Network for the ! 👏🌿🎉It’s not just about restoring the , but also generating wealth from the , empowering women and building bridges between worlds.
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The Real Seed Company Jul 6
Wild-growing subsp. indica, Kaghan Valley, northern Pakistan, this week. Prob. var. himalayensis. But there's lots of natural hybridization. This is maximum region of for subsp. indica. That's also why we're collecting. Check out available accessions at the site.
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Eco School: Milton School, Swinton, Rotherham Jul 6
Today’s photos are some of our findings in a small (10metre square) area of wasteland at Kiveton Park Recreation Ground while on an Outreach walk. Next time your out and about see what you can find hiding in just a small area! 🐝 🐛 🐌 🦋
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Chirp Birding 12h
Did you ever see a more colourful bird?! What a beauty, we'd love to see one of these cute Gouldian finches - need to plan a trip to its native home Down Under! 🇦🇺 📷: Skeeze
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James Rambaud Jul 7
When you're out soil sampling and you come across a Devil's coach horse bettle (Ocypus olens) staring back at you in it's defensive posture you can't help but be wary of it's large mandibles and horrible smell.
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Ariel Brunner Jul 2
Breaking news: EC takes raft of legal actions against Member States destroying in violation of EU : Hunting in FR, Bycatch in ES, FR & SW, Logging in RO& SK, Nitrates in BE & ES, N2K in BG, peat in IR
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SOFER Initiative Jul 7
Here is an appreciation message from and after receiving their rewards from the contest. And to everyone that participated, Thank you More contests would be coming up in due time, stay active on the page, so you don't miss out!
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Pippa Hackett Jul 3
Great news - international recognition for . The Farming for Nature initiative aims to acknowledge and support farmers who farm, or wish to farm, in a way that improves the health of our countryside.
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World Economic Forum Jul 5
This teenager has a plan to mobilize young people everywhere
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Planet Madagascar Jul 7
Conservation. Community. Communication. Planet Madagascar works to empower people in Madagascar and elsewhere to contribute to the preservation of Madagascar’s fragile wildlife.
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Nestor Fernandez Jun 30
Check our chapter on the Essential Variables in an essential book for biodiversity scientists!
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🕷Andy Beadle 🐶 Jul 6
Some pictures from tonight’s walk. European white throat, teasel and vipers bugloss
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