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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Reflections on CBD COP11, optimism and the real world
Can the latest agreements towards achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Targets provide a real-life guide for global action?
Biodiversity panel learns from IPCC experience
The new Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) will aim to provide policy-makers with the best science.
Cities, biodiversity and governance
A UNU-IAS policy report aims to spur the development of effective governance mechanisms for managing the impacts of cities on biodiversity and vice-versa.
Stories from a Biodiverse World
As COP10 begins, the United Nations University is delighted to present films that explore interactions between humans and nature in Japan and across the globe.
Back Biodiversity 100, save our wildlife
To press governments into action on the biodiversity crisis, not platitudes, about preserving wildlife, you have helped compile a list of 26 actions. But there is still work to be done.
Your ideas for halting biodiversity loss
You can help compile a list of 100 tasks that G20 governments should complete to prove their commitment to tackling the biodiversity crisis.
Building peace through environmental conservation
Dr. Saleem Ali believes ecological diplomacy tools, such as peace parks, can be used to resolve conflicts.
Invasive aliens hurting species diversity
With enough funds and political will, invasive alien species can be controlled or eradicated and biodiversity protected.
Biodiversity — What does it mean to you?
The sad fact is that biodiversity means little to the daily lives of most people, despite the extraordinary efforts to change this by Professor Sarukhan and others.
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