Closing ceremony Celebrates End of International Year of SIDS
Estimated Worth of Climate Benefits from Central African Mangroves up to US$66 billion. And New Satellite Technology Could Help Monitor Mangrove Restoration.
The Geneva meetings have brought new momentum to the restoration efforts for Ogoniland.
New Partnership Set to Raise Profile of Sustainable Palm Oil
LifeWeb supports 11 projects across 15 Protected Areas across countries that boast biodiversity hotspots, including Indonesia, Panama, DRC, and Cameroon, among others
15.4 Per Cent of Terrestrial Areas, 3.4 Per Cent of Oceans Protected, but Further Progress Needed to Cover and Effectively Manage Areas of Importance for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Polar Bear, Cuvier's Beaked Whale, Hammerhead Shark and Reef Manta Ray among Migratory Species Benefiting from Greater International Protection
Polar Bears, Sharks and the African Lion among Species Considered Under Serious Threat
An international team of thirty experts, led by UK scientists, has concluded that ocean acidification is already underway, and it is now near-inevitable that it will worsen, causing widespread impacts, mostly deleterious, on marine organisms and ecosystems, and on the goods and services they provide.
"Pyeongchang Road Map" expected to include further steps to protect biodiversity in support of sustainable development
Report Tracks Progress and Draws Attention To Implications on Broader Sustainable Development this Century
The illegal trade in wildlife is the world's fourth largest illicit trade, topped only by the trade in narcotics, counterfeiting and human trafficking.