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July
2009

Poaching crisis as rhino horn demand booms in Asia

Rhino poaching worldwide is poised to hit a 15-year-high driven by Asian demand for horns, according to new research.

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05
July
2009

G8 fails on climate goals. Again

 

G8 countries have so far failed to take sufficient action to protect the world against climate change. The latest G8 Climate Scorecards report shows that Germany, followed by the UK and France, is performing better than the rest of the rich nations’ group. Italy and Japan are in a lower medium ranked group. Canada, the USA and Russia are lagging behind, despite the USA moving up one rank.

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05
July
2009

Norway helps endangered eel wriggle from fish nets

Norwegian fisheries regulators in a landmark decision have banned all fishing of the critically endangered European eel starting in 2010 and cut 2009 catch quotas by 80 percent. 
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26
June
2009

Take action now and make sure climate change is top of the agenda

 

The leaders of the G8 - Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States - have a unique opportunity to address the challenges facing our planet by confirming their support for a strong, science-based climate change deal at the UN Climate Change Conference being held in Copenhagen, Denmark this December.
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05
July
2009

Amazon squatter law fuels deforestation worries

 

 

Conservationists worry that further deforestation will follow from Brazil now allowing squatting on Amazon land – regulations that encompass parcels equal to the combined size of Germany and Italy.

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26
June
2009

How media is creating a climate for a change

As reporters from across the world gather in London for the 6th World Conference of Science Journalists (WCSJ), R. K. Pachauri, chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), reflects on how the media has helped raise awareness on climate change over the past two years.
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23
June
2009

CHILEAN GLACIERS MELTING AT UNPRECEDENTED RATES

 

 

The latest research expedition to the Southern Patagonia Ice Field revealed that alpine glaciers in the Chilean and Argentine Andes are disappearing at much faster rates than previously anticipated by the scientific community. 
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