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Audrey Dussutour 15h
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glennhyman 12m
Happy joining Kris Wyckhuys for work on biological control of invasive pests.... today in
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Steve Lockett 13m
Replying to @RiversTROSA @mowrrdgr
Gd to consider basin-wide but still only for 1 spp? & many Indian rivers cross national boundaries, so how to include this factor? Every development step = more lost water for Indian
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Andrea Angulo 1m
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Ilse Corkery 10h
Just ordered a copy of this book and can't wait till it arrives! What a reference book - it collects and assesses all evidence for almost every possible conservation intervention!
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Open Science 9m
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Chapi & Chapo 24m
Heartbreaking photos that show how India is slowly killing its elephants 😡😡🤬🤬
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B & H Wildlife Forum 7m
Green Ridge are holding a workday next week! Please come along.
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Quarry Life Award 1h
Morocco celebrated the National Winners of the 4th edition! Congratulations to the winning teams! More about the awarded projects:
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FAO 21h
Forests play a key role in our lives that we don’t even recognize. 🌲🌳 Here are just 5 of 's best kept secrets 👇
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William Ray 10h
Just a little afternoon trap setting to help monitor pond recovery after the draining and dredging of our three ponds on campus
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batikcostarica Oct 13
Close Encounters of the Tico's Kind 📛📛📛
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Stormsaver Rainwater 22h
Does the Rodrigues lemon hold the secret to biodiversity?
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Powys Moorland Partnership 4h
Brashing older heather to prepare it for more management nxt year including inserting fire breaks
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Ecosystem Services Partnership 25m
Final keynote by Jakub Wejchert , and : policies and perspectives @
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IPBES Oct 17
Article in  says 6th mass occurring too rapidly for evolution to keep pace. Next 5 decades of mammal loss will require est. 3-5 million years for recovery
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Tim Fenn 14h
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Stephanie Delorme Oct 17
Grade 6s had lots of fun exploring the at Baxter Conservation Area in Kars, ON. It was nice to spend the day outdoors instead of in our portable 😜. We found quite a few critters and observed many living things. Nature is neat!! 🌿🍁🐸🦗
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sustainability@BU 19h
A recent study shows the dramatic decrease of insects. Read how is affecting our world's :
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batikcostarica Oct 12
is 1 of the world’s most ecologically important countries. Its unique location & range of ecosystems result in around 5% of ’s , however,the country is also vulnerable to climate change...
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