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February 13, 2020 by [email protected]

The United Nations agency that documents fishing statistics almost exclusively monitors commercial fisheries.

February 13, 2020 by [email protected]

Aerial surveys by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies in Townsville, Australia, revealed that two-thirds of the Great Barrier Reef had severely paled in 2016 and 2017, “bleaching” under the extreme stress of marine heat waves that can kill corals.

February 13, 2020 by [email protected]

The world is facing a series of interlinked emergencies that are threatening the existence of humans, because the sum of the effects of the crises is much greater than their individual impacts, according to a new global study.

February 13, 2020 by [email protected]

"Climate chaos" has caused widespread losses of bumblebees across continents, according to scientists. A new analysis shows the likelihood of a bee being found in any given place in Europe and North America has declined by a third since the 1970s.

February 13, 2020 by [email protected]

When discussing the issue of forced migration, we see images in the U.S. of violence and economic inequality in Central America, South America and parts of the Middle East. But in Asia and the Pacific, the Rev.

February 7, 2020 by [email protected]

Tropical deforestation is having a greater impact on the global carbon cycle than was previously realized, according to new research.

February 7, 2020 by [email protected]

Tropical forests and coral reefs are experiencing a shocking collapse driven by climate change, human action and extreme weather such as hurricanes, floods and heatwaves.

February 7, 2020 by [email protected]

Living in harmony with nature by 2050 is the goal of a new set of global biodiversity targets to be achieved between 2020 – 2030, targets which the Pacific islands will also be committed to reaching.

February 7, 2020 by [email protected]

You can now register for the 10th Pacific Islands Conference on Nature Conservation and Protected Areas hassle-free online by making full payment through the conference website using credit card or PayPal.

February 7, 2020 by [email protected]

An influx of native tūī with lead poisoning in the capital may be down to the water sitting in gutters. A Massey University study on kākā found that the lead most likely came from water that's sitting in the gutters which the kākā are drinking. "The tūī, we haven't been able to do the isotope tes

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