To reverse the current climate and ecological crises, governments must put an end to the damaging forms of technology, innovation, investments and incentives that contribute to it.
Ecosystem deterioration, along with climate change, is now becoming a controversial political question.
The Global Assessment of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services has some sobering news.
Some scientists want to replace 'ecosystem services' with ‘Nature’s Contributions to People’.
A new international report makes for bleak reading on the state of the world's soils. It predicts that land degradation will displace up to 700 million people worldwide by mid-century.
Biodiversity keeps declining despite lots of accumulated knowledge and numerous international and national commitments to act.