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Major Brazilian suppliers of beef to China linked to deforestation

New Trase data claims China can mitigate risk of more deforestation since it is concentrated in a few towns in the Cerrado and Amazon.

Joint UN-Habitat and WWF Cities Blog for World Environment Day

Today, 55% of the world’s population lives in cities, and this number is set to increase to 68% by 2050, which represents an additional 2.5 billion people.

Четыре неочевидные причины, почему забота о диких животных – дело каждого

От могучего тигра до скромной рабочей пчелы – огромное разнообразие жизни на планете делает нашу с вами жизнь лучше. Только часто мы с вами не обращаем на это внимание.

World Environment Day in era of coronavirus

Post-pandemic economy must ’embrace just, green transition’, environmental groups tell Anadolu Agency.

Mystery on Big Island

A special gift from WWF-Viet Nam to children around the world!

How Indigenous Peoples Practices Can Guide Our Recovery From COVID-19

With the COVID-19 crisis highlighting the crucial importance of a balanced relation with nature and interdependence of human, animal and environmental health…

Consider what’s below the canopy, too, when counting up forest areas (commentary)

More and more of the world’s forests are becoming “empty” or “silent,” as wildlife populations decline.

5 ways to protect biodiversity

What is Biodiversity? Why does Biodiversity matter to us? What can you do for biodiversity, and what does it do for you?

More pollinators, fewer pandemics — a food system for the next normal

The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on food supply chains and the ensuing implications for food availability are becoming more widely understood.

A Soundtrack for Earth Day — and a youthful alternative

Environmental activism has long been intertwined with music so, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day, I came up with a playlist.