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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Revealing the world’s hottest biodiversity hotspot
Entomologist Dmitry Telnov hopes to shed light on one of the world's last unexplored biogeographical regions: Wallacea and New Guinea.
One-fifth of back-boned animals face extinction: study
A comprehensive assessment of the world’s vertebrates confirms one-fifth of species are threatened.
What is nature worth?
The world needs to align economics with the resources and processes supplied by nature, says Dr. Gretchen C. Daily.
Earth’s catalogue now holds 1.9 million species
According to the world's most comprehensive catalogue of plants and animals, the number of species documented by scientists has risen to 1.9 million.
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