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Traditional forestry, avian alarms, pandemic food waste: 3 stories you may have missed

skyrockets during the COVID-19 pandemic, the agricultural industry’s climate footprint could also increase, save revenue in the wake of COVID-19, cities facing economic losses are delaying projects such as sea, Muvuca (© Camila Grinsztejn)Further reading:Expert: To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, 'take care of nature'Study: Protect these places — or face climate doomWhat does COVID-19 have to do

Curbing coronavirus, social distancing, flying hiatus: 3 stories you may have missed

from animals — known as zoonotic diseases — such as COVID-19, reported Adele Peters for Fast Company, of COVID-19 has been accelerated by international trade and travel. The Big Picture: “When we start, to curb the spread of COVID-19 — a practice known as “social distancing” — which may also help reduce, emissions due in large part to suspensions of air travel in response to the COVID-19, the long-term

Conservation International Statement on Passing of Chief Aritana, Amazon and Indigenous Peoples’ Advocate

Arlington, Va. (August 6, 2020) – Conservation International CEO Dr. M. Sanjayan issued the following statement on the passing of Indigenous rights’ advocate Chief Aritana Yawalapiti, who succumbed to COVID-19 on August 5, 2020.“It is with deep regret that I offer my condolences and support to the family of Chief Aritana Yawalapiti and to the Alto Xingu people of Brazil. “Chief Aritana, faced by Indigenous communities as COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe. Remote locations

Conservation International Statement on the 11th Petersberg Climate Dialogue Commitments

Brussels, Belgium (April 30, 2020) – Conservation International’s Vice President and Managing Director for Europe Herbert Lust today released the following statement on the commitments made by European governments at the 11th Petersberg Climate Dialogue to integrate climate action and forest conservation into the economic recovery response following the current COVID-19 pandemic.The Dialogue, nature-based solutions – the protection, restoration and improved management of land - in their COVID-19

Protect the economy by protecting nature, study urges

of the sea is currently protected — and these areas have shrunk since the COVID-19 pandemic began, : To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, 'take care of nature'Notes from the field: Protecting forests

Study: ‘Green’ recovery proves better for climate, economies

: To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, 'take care of nature'Study: Protect these places — or face climate doomWhat does COVID-19 have to do with nature? These 5 articles explain

Impact of Destruction of Nature on Disease

by Bailey Evans What does COVID-19 have to do with nature? These 5 articles explainThe COVID-19 pandemic has spread around the world at lightning speed. Protecting nature will be critical, >> © Charlie Shoemaker Poaching, deforestation reportedly on the rise since COVID-19 lockdownsPoaching and deforestation in the tropics have increased since COVID-19 restrictions went, Heinrichs Expert: To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, 'take care of nature'Sourced to a live

STUDY: Investments in Nature-Based Pandemic Prevention Would Save Trillions Compared to Prevention Response

estimates of what a two-year response to COVID-19 will cost, according to a study published today, the U.S. has spent on COVID-19 so far this year.The study details four strategies as part, gas emissions.More zoonotic diseases, like COVID-19, are anticipated to emerge due to increased human, for livestock to contain emergence of disease from human-livestock consumption.Since the start of the COVID-19, scientists have observed increases in poaching and deforestation around the world following COVID-19

Environmental setbacks, rock dust, lemur loss, temperature rise: 4 stories you may have missed

that you should know about.1. COVID-19’s environmental benefits evaporate as world reopens Scientists say, change, reported Sarah McFarlane for The Wall Street Journal. To measure the impact that COVID-19, to ease COVID-19 restrictions. The Big Picture: “We’re getting [these emissions reductions, fires. The study does not account for the sharp emissions drop in recent months due to COVID-19, Wolfe)Further reading:Expert: To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, 'take care of nature'Notes from

New science: restoring forests, coastal protection and more

scientist Neil Cox, a co-author on the study. “As the COVID-19 pandemic has shown, our relationship, on the rise since COVID-19 lockdownsStudy: COVID-19 jeopardizing world's protected areas

Record-breaking heat, coronavirus waste, new species: 3 stories you may have missed

Story: From the beaches of the Côte d'Azur to the Soko Islands in Hong Kong, single-use COVID-19, that COVID-19 waste is properly disposed, conservationists stress the importance of minimizing plastic, Luyten)Further reading:Expert: To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, 'take care of nature'Notes from

For billions without clean water, ‘wash your hands’ is complicated

Fueled by research that hand-washing is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19, sales of soap have skyrocketed in recent months.But for the one in three people around the world who do not have access to clean water, this simple step in disease prevention isn’t so simple.Rural, )Further reading:Expert: To prevent pandemics like COVID-19, 'take care of nature'Study: Protect these places — or face climate doomWhat does COVID-19 have to do with nature? These 5 articles explain

Conservation International Europe

’ recovery proves better for... As countries begin to ease COVID-19 restrictions, green stimulus policies, »Conservation International and IDH – The Sustainable Trade Initiative Partner to Support Green COVID-19, International Shares Policy Recommendations Linking Nature and COVID-19 RecoveryMay 14, to implement COVID-19 recovery plans. Read more »See all news from Europe » Publications, Statement on COVID-19 Crisis European Green Deal must strengthen partner countries’ recovery from

To Ensure Food Security and Livelihoods, Governments, Private Business, NGOs and Donors Should Aid Small Scale Fisheries, Study Finds

fisheries as a result of COVID-19 restrictions. With quarantines and social distancing rules in effect, and livelihoods at greater risk.Despite the negative impacts of COVID-19 restrictions on many small

In Bolivian Andes, new protected area offers ‘a breath of fresh air’

of defense against outbreaks of zoonotic diseases — that is, diseases such as COVID-19 that spread from, in decisions made after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Guanay municipality’s dedication

Tiny, remote islands make huge waves for marine conservation

, according to sciencePoaching, deforestation reportedly on the rise since COVID-19 lockdownsStudy: COVID-19 jeopardizing world's protected areas

Kenya’s wildlife tourism, a casualty of COVID, gets a lifeline

-to-medium-term funding to offset the revenue loss from COVID-19. The loans will be repaid out of future, , deforestation reportedly on the rise since COVID-19 lockdownsTo save elephants, it takes a village

Conservation International Statement on the World Economic Forum’s Future of Nature and Business Report

Arlington, Va. (July 15, 2020) – Conservation International CEO Dr. M. Sanjayan issued the following statement on the Future Nature and Business report released today by the World Economic Forum:“The ‘new normal’ must require economic recovery to be on a sustainable path post COVID-19 and this astonishing report offers a compelling way forward. It shows how we can better protect the vast majority of the world’s threatened and near-threatened species by transforming key sectors, and it lays out

Report: Protect nature now — or face ‘Pandemic Era’

COVID-19, 'take care of nature'For Indigenous peoples, pandemic poses unique risk

In Galápagos, novel conservation approach finds ‘sweet spot’ between production, protection

persistent challenges. But when COVID-19 broke out, effectively halting tourism in its tracks, in how the archipelago is handling the COVID-19 crisis. The pandemic rocked Ecuador, which in April, across the landscape. And when the COVID-19 crisis hit, and planes and cargo ships stopped arriving, health. As a result, although COVID-19 has brought tourism to a virtual standstill, the marine reserve

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