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EU nations push to preserve biodiversity laws

EU nations push to preserve biodiversity laws

Eleven EU countries, spearheaded by Ireland, advocate for the ratification of pivotal biodiversity restoration laws, aiming for legislative success within the month.

Lisa O'Carroll reports for The Guardian.

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Disaster restoration workers face health risks from exposure to toxins

Disaster restoration workers face health risks from exposure to toxins

Workers in the disaster restoration industry are reporting significant health issues from exposure to dangerous substances while cleaning up after natural disasters.

María Inés Zamudio, Nour Saudi, and Roxana Aguirre report for The Center forPublic Integrity, Futuro Investigates and Columbia Journalism Investigations.

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EU's green laws on shaky ground as countries pull back
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EU's green laws on shaky ground as countries pull back

In a setback for environmental progress, EU nations, including Hungary and Italy, retract their support for crucial nature restoration legislation, putting its future in doubt.

Lisa O'Carroll reports for The Guardian.

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Camels aid in Joshua tree restoration efforts

Camels aid in Joshua tree restoration efforts

In a novel approach to environmental restoration, camels are being used to transport Joshua tree sprouts across the Mojave Desert's burn scars.

Miles W. Griffis reports for Vox.

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Restoring boreal caribou habitat, one tree at a time

Seismic lines have carved up forests in northern B.C. To protect the caribou, the Fort Nelson First Nation is trying to erase as many as possible.

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Longleaf pine restoration—a major climate effort in the South—curbs its ambitions to meet harsh realities

A public-private partnership confronts the challenges of nature-based solutions, including urban growth, logging pressures and a warming planet

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UAE looks to salty, muddy mangroves in climate change fight

Against the heat, urbanisation and sand of the United Arab Emirates, the placid, muddy waterways of the Gulf state's coastal mangroves are being restored and planted in an ambitious fight against climate change.
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