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Virginia program aims to foster grassland bird habitat on farms

Birdsong is the soundtrack of life in the country, and a coalition of conservation groups aims to keep it that way.
 Alaskan migrating salmon waters

On the water in Alaska, Where salmon fishing dreams live on

Each summer, salmon begin their journey back to the rivers where they were spawned. Alaskan fishermen, along with whales, eagles and bears, share in the abundance.
Saving B.C. salmon & protecting a watershed
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Saving B.C. salmon: the Gitanyow's plan to protect a watershed

After years of trying to get the province to protect an important salmon watershed, one northwest B.C. First Nation is taking matters into its own hands.

intact Amazon forest on Indigenous-held lands
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Nearly half the Amazon’s intact forest on Indigenous-held lands: Report

A new report reveals that investing in securing the land rights of Indigenous and tribal communities across Latin America and the Caribbean could cut carbon dioxide emissions at low costs to governments, potentially benefiting the global climate.

Global leaders agree to scale up biodiversity response
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Global leaders agree to scale up response to biodiversity collapse

Commitment to protect land and marine ecosystems made at One Planet Summit hosted by French president Macron.

Germany's grassroots push to save pollinators
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In Germany, a grassroots push to save disappearing birds and bees forces change

Shocking declines in bird and insect numbers fuel a powerful, citizen-based movement for farms to protect nature, one that seems to be catching on across Europe.
biodiversity loss & climate change
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To save life on Earth, consult this new map

A new study shows that 50.4% of land on Earth needs to be protected to reverse biodiversity loss, halt climate change and prevent future pandemics, with Latin American countries poised to lead that movement.

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