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adenle ademola Jul 17
There is no substitute for face-to-face reporting and explaining research idea discussing and in and in Sao Pedro, Brazi #BBES#RUFFORD.
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Mike Christie 14h
My new paper in that reports the results of ECA assessment of the of
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Dr Joël Houdet Jul 8
Join the conversation!
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CEH Paper Alerts Jul 17
: Nature’s contributions to people in mountains: A review to identify knowledge gaps and ways to design future research agendas
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Niko Urho Jul 9
Connecting science to decisionmaking is a question of institutional design, evidenced by & that have put a spotlight on the biodiversity/climate crisis. explains how these bodies are mobilizing scientists to inform political leaders:
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Patrice Simon Jul 9
Even if we know the direct causes of these deaths, mitigation actions alone won't likely suffice. The indirect or root causes of biodiversity loss need to be addressed through transformative changes as indicated in the
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Pallavi Anand Jul 15
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IISDRS Jul 16
and reports show we can no longer consider the and as voluntary. We are facing a global crisis and we need to treat it as such - Mary Robinson,
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Jim Leape Jul 17
Congratulations to Deputy Director on her new role on 's Science Advisory Council – and her work on recent Report!
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Julian Summerhayes Ⓥ Jul 9
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Cory Morningstar Jul 10
Replying to @elleprovocateur
Note that XR, Thunberg, Climate Strike mobilizations, etc. - do not protest against the financialization of nature (). They do not mention it. Ever. is a tagline w/ no meaning. Next 6 "We Value Nature" follows:
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The Lancet Planetary Health 12h
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Alex Morss Jul 10
Replying to @Kenny__Stewart
And very important, in my humble opinion. 😉 We have a serious wildlife crisis, as highlighted in the report and the UK State of Nature report. We will be truly stuffed if we lose our . 🐝
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Colin Offland Jul 10
My son billyoffland has set off today on the first leg of an epic solo research trip accross the word to gain a greater understanding of our global biodiversity crisis. The report that was released by the
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IISDRS Jul 9
Dangerous ecosystem deterioration found by Global Assessment impacts most vulnerable populations, those most left behind, as their livelihoods depend on nature - Thomas Brooks
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Thor Hjarsen - WWF Denmark Jul 11
The World is doing very poor on global biodiversity goals - the of with deadline in 2020!! Here is the 2019 status from the global assessment. Ask your government to ACT! 🙏
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Springer Ecology Jul 11
Latest & covers seventh plenary of the intergovernmental platform for biodiversity & ecosystem services (-7): global assessment & reshaping of IPBES
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ZAKRI Abdul Hamid Jul 15
'Transformative change' is gaining momentum in the research, business, and policy communities due to climate change and biodiversity loss that may soon become irreversible.
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Christine Milne Jul 15
Biodiversity matters and is in crisis Every project needs to be assessed against as well as .
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MichèleBernardRoyer Jul 17
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