The Future of Marine Protection Looks Bright: First-Ever High Seas Treaty, Signed
With the international community stepping up its game to turn the "Climate Emergency, Biodiversity Loss and Pollution" ship around, countries have signed a first-of-its-kind high seas treaty in New York, United States, in a will to reach the target of protecting 30% of land and sea…
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Nature Reserve Helps Protect These Wild Swans
Protecting wetlands across the United Kingdom has proven to help the whooper swan since the wild bird has a better chance of surviving in nature reserves, so much so that its population is expected to double by the end of the decade.
From Patches to Fields of Green: Thriving Forest, Happy Birds, and Quenched Thirsts!
The Atlantic Forest in western Brazil has been the focus of relentless restoration efforts over the last 15 years, and the once highly fragmented area is now home to hundreds of bird and tree species with a growing surface being restored back to its natural state.
Fishermen Take It into Their Own Hands to Protect the Ocean
Chilean fishermen have decided to voluntarily establish marine protected areas themselves, to help make a difference in the country’s – and the world's – fight against climate change and its devastating effects on biodiversity.