Biodiversity


Teo reminded of PH's tourism roadmap
Inquirer.net
The construction activity itself and the resulting deluge of people to such a resort will have harmful effects on the surrounding environment, including the plethora of wastes resulting from tourism activities that not even the best protection and ...

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Tue, Jun 27, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Los Angeles Wave Newspapers

Los Angeles Wave Newspapers

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Tue, Jun 27, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Business Mirror

Business Mirror

Religious, indigenous leaders demand rainforests be saved ...
Business Mirror
In Photo: Metropolitan Emmanuel, vice president of the Conference of European Churches (right) speaks during the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative in Oslo, ...

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Sat, Jun 24, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Religion News Briefs
NWAOnline
Tropical rain forests contain most of the Earth's land-borne biodiversity, help regulate rainfall and provide food, water and income to 1.6 billion people. "Forest communities around the world have put their lives on the line to care for the planet's ...

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Sat, Jun 24, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Deutsche Welle

Deutsche Welle

Get The Lead Out
Deutsche Welle
... capital of Peru. Dozens of people from the city of Cerro de Pasco are demanding the government help them cope with illnessess they are suffering because of mining pollution. ... This is directly harming biodiversity and the livelihoods of ...

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Fri, Jun 23, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Bangor Daily News

Bangor Daily News

The Nature Conservancy & Its Global Mission: Talk by Erin Myers Madeira
Bangor Daily News
Much of this pressure is expected to occur on indigenous territories and rural landscapes – places that harbor some of the world's most abundant and most important biodiversity. How do we move towards a future where nature and people thrive? We need to ...

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Thu, Jun 22, 2017, Continue reading at the source

New zone plan for Lake Taupo catchment
New Zealand Herald
"It provides a solid basis for our catchment management activities that play an important role in protecting and enhancing freshwater, soil, biodiversity and other assets in the catchment, and supporting our vision of Taupo - healthy catchment, healthy ...
New zone plan for Taupō catchmentScoop.co.nz (press release)

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Thu, Jun 22, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Illawarra Mercury

Illawarra Mercury

First-of-its kind UOW centre to shed light on our history
Illawarra Mercury
On Thursday an international research team headquartered at the University of Wollongong (UOW) begins a seven-year, $45.7 million quest to shed light on Australia's iconic biodiversity and Indigenous heritage. That's when Federal Minister for Education ...

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Wed, Jun 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source

First-of-its kind UOW centre to shed light on our history
Cadtle Hills News
On Thursday an international research team headquartered at the University of Wollongong (UOW) begins a seven-year, $45.7 million quest to shed light on Australia's iconic biodiversity and Indigenous heritage. That's when Federal Minister for Education ...

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Wed, Jun 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Sight Magazine

Sight Magazine

Religious leaders launch interfaith rainforest initiative
The Jerusalem Post
Rainforests are pivotal for life on earth, provisioning people's needs, promoting biodiversity and protecting the climate”, said World Council of Churches general-secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit. “Today when the ... This marks the first time ...
Sight Magazine - Christians among faith leaders joining with ...Sight Magazine
Religious, indigenous leaders meet to protect rainforestsThomson Reuters Foundation
Religious leaders: Rainforest protection a 'moral imperative'Mongabay.com
Savannah Morning News
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Wed, Jun 21, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Sight Magazine

Sight Magazine

Religious leaders: Rainforest protection a 'moral imperative'
Mongabay.com
“Indeed, spiritual reverence for nature and all life can be found across the world's religions, including among Indigenous Peoples and other residents of the world's tropical rainforests.” Leaders representing ... Attendees said that they hoped that ...
Christians among faith leaders joining with Indigenous people in new global initiative to tackle rainforest ...Sight Magazine
Religious, indigenous leaders meet to protect rainforestsNasdaq
Religious, indigenous leaders demand rainforests be savedSavannah Morning News
The Times of Israel
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Tue, Jun 20, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Utne Reader Online

Utne Reader Online

Exterminating the Amaranth - Environment - Utne Reader
Utne Reader Online
Amaranth, one of the oldest grains in the world, is at risk from GM technology.

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Mon, Jun 19, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Angel Alcala: Nonpareil nature lover
Philippine Star
He also established the first working no-take marine reserve in the country – the Sumilon Marine Reserve – and showed its effectiveness in building up fishery and biodiversity biomass and fishery sustainability. He also established several no-take ...

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Mon, Jun 19, 2017, Continue reading at the source

Mongabay.com

Mongabay.com

International action a must to stop irreversible harm of Amazon dams, say experts
Mongabay.com
428 Amazon dams are in operation, being built, or planned, all likely with consequences for forests, terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity, and indigenous and traditional people, and even rainfall patterns. Very few studies have looked at the cumulative ...

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Mon, Jun 19, 2017, Continue reading at the source

The Guardian

The Guardian

Rewilding Mozambique – funded in part by trophy hunting
The Guardian
Over the next few years, Sango Wildlife Conservancy in Zimbabwe is donating 6,000 animals to rewild a war-torn park across the border in Mozambique. Sango's owner says it couldn't have happened without revenue from big-spending trophy hunters.

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Mon, Jun 19, 2017, Continue reading at the source