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Scientists propose an innovative new biodiversity target

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After shortfalls in tackling the biodiversity crisis, and an increase in pressure to save threatened species, environmental policy experts have teamed up to propose a new...

The global fight against Earth’s sixth mass extinction

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Given the biodiversity crisis faced by our planet, conservation has never been so important. Currently, we are undergoing biodiversity decline at a rate of tens to hundreds of...

New study to investigate traffic’s impact on hedgehogs

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Elizabeth Meade on a study from NTU on the impact of traffic on hedgehogs...

Blue whale counts could be on the rise

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Kristina Flexman on whether there is still hope for one of the world's most endangered species...

Boiler House wins awards

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The Boiler House, situated at the heart of campus, has been awarded the conservation award at this year’s Lord Mayor’s Design Awards. The Lord Mayor’s Design Awards, set...

Malaysia’s last Sumatran rhino no more

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Kristina Flexman on the demise of the last known individual in Malaysia of a critically endangered species...

Spaced Out: Dead Whales Spotted by Satellites

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Lily Holbrook on whether space technology can be used to save whales in the long run...

Why lobsters shouldn’t be boiled alive

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Scarlett Rowland argues that crustaceans are sentient creatures that can feel pain....

Renewable energy outstrips coal for first time in Europe

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Tom Atkinson investigates the achievements of this significant milestone and discovers all is not as green as it may seem....

‘Doomsday’ Seed Vaults Preserve Biodiversity

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Rory Cameron explains why these vaults may safeguard the planet's most precious treasures....