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Report card shows Great Barrier Reef still has major water pollution problem

By Australian Marine Conservation Society Australian and Queensland govts have made little progress in cutting Reef water pollution in two years, will miss 2025 pollution…
SourceSourceMay 30, 2024 Read More
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India plans ‘historic’ tiger transfer to Cambodia this year

Phnom Penh, Cambodia (AFP) - India will send four tigers to Cambodia this year in a "historic" bid to revive the kingdom's big cat population,…
SourceSourceMay 23, 2024 Read More
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Drones validate walrus counts in satellite images from space

By British Antarctic Survey (BAS) In the first successful attempt to calibrate walrus counts from satellite imagery, scientists used drones to validate animal counts in…
SourceSourceMay 23, 2024 Read More
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WiFi, drones and sharp blades on Japan’s whaling mothership

By Simon STURDEE | AFP Tokyo, Japan - In whale-motif jacket, shirt and tie plus a whale-shaped hat, Hideki Tokoro shows off Japan's new whaling…
SourceSourceMay 23, 2024 Read More
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Seaweed forests are an overlooked component of oceanic carbon storage

By Utrecht University A groundbreaking study by an international team of researchers has revealed seaweed forests to be significant contributors to oceanic carbon storage. Their…
SourceSourceMay 22, 2024 Read More
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Whaling in Japan: key things to know

Tokyo, Japan (AFP) - Japan launched on Tuesday a new "mothership" for its whaling fleet, aiming to hunt around 200 of the marine mammals this…
SourceSourceMay 21, 2024 Read More
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Trees please me, but we also need biodiversity in our cities

By Sarah Bekessy, RMIT University in Melbourne Increasing the amount of nature in our cities can provide many benefits as long as it's done with biodiversity in…
SourceSourceMay 20, 2024 Read More
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Dozens of southern white rhino rewilded in South Africa

Johannesburg, South Africa (AFP) - Dozens of rhino have been released to the wild in South Africa in a first step of an initiative to…
SourceSourceMay 17, 2024 Read More
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Endangered Iberian lynx population doubles in three years

Madrid, Spain (AFP) - The number of endangered Iberian lynx in the wild in Spain and Portugal has nearly doubled since 2020 to surpass 2,000…
SourceSourceMay 17, 2024 Read More
Science

Equity Must Be Considered in Ocean Governance to Achieve Global Targets by 2030

By Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) As the world presses forward with urgency towards reaching global biodiversity and climate targets by 2030, there must be increased…
SourceSourceMay 16, 2024 Read More
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Parks and restoration: Climate change forces US policy shift

By Lucie AUBOURG | AFP Washington, United States - Can America's national parks remain "unimpaired" forever, with their majestic scenery and wildlife unaltered? Global warming…
SourceSourceMay 13, 2024 Read More