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In warming world, viral spillovers are expected to increase: 3 stories you may have missed
By Kiley Price
May 9, 2022
In case you missed it: Climate breakdown may increase viral spillovers between animals, two baby mountain gorillas were born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and a new species of frog was discovered in Australia.
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Decolonizing conservation to protect nature and people: 3 stories you may have missed
By Vanessa Bauza
May 2, 2022
In case you missed it: Indigenous researchers explore what decolonizing conservation looks like, New Zealand’s government released a “National Adaptation Plan” that aims to prepare for future climate disasters, and transformational changes are necessary to adapt to climate change and biodiversity...
To spur action, don’t give in to ‘climate doom’: 3 stories you may have missed
By Vanessa Bauza
April 11, 2022
In case you missed it: Scientists fight "climate doom," forests managed by Indigenous peoples are powerful carbon sinks and honey from stingless bees in the Amazon can treat a range of ailments.
U.S. regulators strike back against greenwashing: 3 stories you may have missed
By Matthew Ribel
March 28, 2022
In case you missed it: U.S. regulators are preparing to strike back against greenwashing, negotiations to protect international waters are at a stalemate, and allergy season will only grow longer and stronger on a warming planet.
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Reforestation relies on the right trees in the right place: 3 stories you may have missed
By Will McCarry
March 18, 2022
In case you missed it: Planting the right trees in the right place is key for the climate, a leading coral scientist stresses that the Great Barrier Reef is in trouble and the Amazon is being pushed toward a point of no return.