Somente depois que uma espécie é identificada e listada por taxonomistas é que ela pode ser protegida. No entanto, ainda não temos uma lista globalmente aceita de todas as espécies. Uma nova pesquisa realizada em 74 países aponta para a solução.
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A group of prominent environmental scientists devised this list of 5 things we must see in Australia’s new national environmental laws, if we are to avoid calamity and hasten recovery.
An Opalton grasswren.
Our birds are tough. They went through some mean climatic conditions to make Australia home.
A man and children cross a busy street in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
It’s likely developing countries will be hit the hardest as AI become more common and more affordable.
Only after a species is identified and listed by taxonomists can it be protected. Yet we still don’t have one globally agreed-upon list of every species. A new 74-nation survey points to the solution.
Setelah puluhan tahun absen, buaya kini terlihat di Bali, Lombok, dan Jawa. Hal ini baik bagi spesies – namun bagaimana dengan kita?
After decades of absence, crocodiles are now being seen off Bali, Lombok and Java. That’s good for the species – but what about us?
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In order to see how the Voice to Parliament could work as an advisory body, we could look to the many Indigenous advisory bodies in different states informing government decision-making.
Receber uma notícia devastadora como essas também abre as portas para um universo de possibilidades que podem reduzir em muito o sofrimento.
Há muito o que aprender, entender e organizar quando se recebe um diagnóstico de câncer. Mas você não precisa fazer tudo de uma vez. Saiba o quê, como e quando fazer.
There’s a lot to learn, understand and organise when you receive a cancer diagnosis. But you don’t need to do it all at once.
New research shows how LGBTQIA+ Buddhists in Australia struggle to come out, feel pressure to lie about their sexuality and experience discrimination.
Pakistan has no official indicators to measure female genital cutting and no laws against it. There are also rarely protests against it.
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The Australian government has at last produced a serious plan to control an introduced predator that is a big reason this country has one of the world’s worst records for species extinctions.
Invasive zebra mussels colonize a rock at Lewis and Clark Lake in Yankton, S.D.
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According to a new UN report, invasive species do more than US$423 billion in damage worldwide every year. Four articles explore examples, from mollusks to poisonous fish.
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Australia’s biosecurity system is on high alert for alien invaders. Here’s a hit list of eight baddies we believe pose the greatest threat to Australia’s biodiversity.
Deserts in Australia burn – and burn big – if fuel is left to build up. But this year, Indigenous rangers across the deserts have burned huge tracts early to make Country healthier.
Residents of Accra were given financial aid during the pandemic.
COVID-19-related support only reduced the negative impact of the pandemic on financial capital, and not on the other forms of capital
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Invertebrates underpin Earth’s ecosystems – so if their numbers decline, the ecological damage will be felt far and wide.
Owls are masterpieces of adaption, having honed their expertise as night predators over millions of years. Two new books delve into the world of these birds and the battle to protect certain species.
2022 Garma Festival.
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The Garma Festival has a long history of being a significant site for cultural celebration and political discussion. As we approach the referendum announcement, this brings much focus to the Voice.