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What Is the Fate of the Worlds Plants The Revelator

Archived, 144 days ago From Center for Biological Diversity 

Last year the annual State of the Worlds Plants report from Kew Gardens calculated that 21 percent of the worlds 391,000 known plant species were at risk of extinction.So what is the fate of the worlds plants?A recent paper, The Fate of the Worlds Pl ...

Virginia Beach City Council Will Oppose Offshore Oil And Gas Exploration

Archived, 144 days ago From Oceana 

The City Council is set to take a major step tonight to oppose offshore oil and gas exploration after years of swaying on the issue. ...

Why Are Countries Laying Claim to The Deep Sea Floor?

Archived, 145 days ago From BBC Earth 

Around the world, countries are claiming obscure and difficult-to-reach tracts of the deep-sea floor, far from the surface and further still from land. Why? ...

6 Things Youre Missing if Youre Not Watching Deep Sea Research Live Feeds

Archived, 145 days ago From Ocean Conservancy 

Multiple research expeditions have been done by the ECOGIG research consortium, and they and other research teams often live stream their work.When things arent swimming into view, its usually just marine snow, robot arms and science chatter.Marine s ...

Earths Oldest Rainforest is in Danger

Archived, 146 days ago From Rainforest Trust 

Queensland?s Daintree forest is the oldest tropical rainforest on earth. It houses some of the most biologically diverse flora and fauna in the world. The forest has 80% of the world?s fern species, 40% of Australia?s bird species and 35% of Australi ...

Why Theres Still Hope For the Worlds Coral Reefs

Archived, 146 days ago From One World One Ocean 

Last week was a sad one for the planet, but buried beneath headlines of the history?s largest carbon polluter telling everyone else to piss off, a team of researchers issued a more hopeful message: Coral reefs, a poster child for impacts of climate c ...

Your Old Cell Phone Can Help Save The Rain Forest

Archived, 146 days ago From Rainforest Trust 

National Geographic Explorer Topher White has created a clever way to listen for sounds of illegal logging. ...

Ocean Plastics From Haitis Beaches Turned Into Laptop Packaging

Archived, 146 days ago From One World One Ocean 

What if pieces of plastic strewn across the world?s beaches ended up in brand new computer boxes, not floating in the middle of the ocean or lodged inside seabirds ...

Germanys Gorgeous Black Forest Named UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

Archived, 146 days ago From Rainforest Alliance 

UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme gives biosphere reserve status to locations that are great examples of balanced relationships between people and their environment, where economic development is carefully linked to stewardship of the ecosyste ...

To Secure Our Border Secure Central Americas Forests First National Geographic Society (blogs)

Archived, 146 days ago From Wildlife Conservation Society 

Vice President Pence and US cabinet officials met last week in Miami with the presidents of Northern Central America in a high-level ?Conference on Prosperity and Security? focused on improving economic development, rule of law, and security in Centr ...

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