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IPBES Feb 14
occupy less than 1% of the ocean floor, BUT they're home to more than 25 % of all marine life. New research reveals how enhances coral growth, tissue survivorship and suppression of macroalgae.
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Meadow In My Garden 5m
We're at The Cheese & Grain in this Sunday for the Potato Day & Seed Swap
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Uplift 20m
oh the hypocrisy of it all Platitudes around from some politicians/ministers about protecting when only few months ago they pass law to extend hedge cutting season & refuse to limit spraying of glyphosate
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Susanne Spannl Feb 14
New Tabebuia Bulletin: first results on reliability of data acquisition, usefulness of recently installed devices and methods plus first research results from our study in the in
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FAO 20h
🗓️22nd February | Launch of the first-ever State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture report! It analyzes the state of plants, animals, and micro-organisms that support food and agricultural production. Watch this space!🌱🐛🥔🐝🍅🌳🌽
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Dinah 12h
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Smashing Labels Feb 18
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FAO Newsroom 22h
This Friday, 22 Feb: Launch of global report on the state of biodiversity for food & agriculture Why is important? It's the foundation of our food systems. It also makes production systems more resilient to shocks & stresses, inc. to the effects of climate change
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Maria Green 19m
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Alert Conservation Feb 15
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LEAD Pakistan 3h
Replying to @leadpakistan
Biggest identified threat to is fragmented habitat. Land use guidelines have been attempted for , but not reached much fruitation says Naeem Ashraf, UNCBD
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Kevin Kennedy Feb 15
A question for the defenders of the animal kingdom Presented with the two options below which would you choose to drink Please provide some logic? This question is specific to animal welfare and death no China study comments please
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@NewAcreProject 15h
New Acre™ investments produce lasting benefits for communities through projects like this.
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Jovin Mathew Feb 16
Biodiversity is the key indicator of the health of an ecosystem. But the extinction of a species may have unforeseen impacts, destruction of entire ecosystems. PRESERVE THE NATURE
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Moisés Sosa Hernádez 3h
Great time at Status Seminar in ! Enjoying the opportunity to meet old and new members of the family, and to spread the word about the amazing !
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Scoil_Chroí_Íosa 18h
Ms. Hayes and Mrs. Coleman busy with spring planting lately for our project. This years theme is .
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Colin Kelleher 18h
It is so exciting seeing buds coming out for spring Looking forward to tomorrow
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Scoil Mhuire 1867.ie 23h
The boys found some leaves and brought them in to school to draw them
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Scoil Mhuire 1867.ie 23h
Ms. Caulfield's 2nd class were learning all about the Oak tree this morning as part of for our flag! . The boys were delighted when they found some oak trees beside the school!
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Shah A Farhad Feb 18
Insects are dying at catastrophic rates and that could be devastating to our ecosystems (Collected from )
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