Tag: biodiversity

Is It Worth Saving Near-Extinct Animals Like The Giraffe And Cheetah?

Experts say that we are currently in the midst of the worst mass species die-off period since the dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years...

Amazing New Species Are Discovered Every Few Days In This Place

On average, a new species is discovered in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) every three to four days. It is one of the most...

Top 4 Environmental Concerns You Should Know About

No environmental issue is really separate from any other one. The world is one big ecosystem. The health of all areas is impacted by...

The Great Barrier Reef Experiences Worst Die-Off Yet

Recent studies show that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has experienced the worst die-off on record in 2016, the victim of warmer-than-usual water temperatures. When...

Revealed: New Agreement Will Protect Amazon Rainforest

Although the three-million-square-mile Amazon Basin boasts the world’s largest tropical rainforest and biodiversity beyond measure, it is under constant siege by humans eager to...

What Bats, Shade and Coffee Have in Common

Whether you’re into an old-fashioned cup of joe or artisan pour-overs made with almond milk and topped with a sprinkle of herbs, there’s no...

Organic Farming is the Answer to Soil Death by Global Warming

Researchers at Arizona State University have recently discovered that the proliferation of certain soil microbes that are important to topsoil crusts are dependant on...
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