April 7, 2021 By Michael Le Page New Scientist
Global warming is a “threat multiplier” for habitats and species already under pressure – by understanding how the problems are linked, we can solve two crises at once.
March 17, 2021 By Catrin Einhorn The New York Times
The study offers what is essentially a peer-reviewed, interactive road map for how nations can confront the interconnected crises of climate change and wildlife collapse at sea.
March 10, 2021 By Ashley Braun Hakai Magazine
Compared to fully safeguarded marine protected areas, partially protected areas have little benefit for marine life or people’s enjoyment.
February 2, 2021 By Catrin Einhorn The New York Times
The global system is built on buying and selling, but often, no one pays for the most basic goods and services that sustain life — water to drink, soil to grow food, clean air to breathe, rain forests that regulate the climate.
September 16, 2020 By Liz Kimbrough Mongabay
As the planet plunges headlong into its sixth mass extinction, caused by humans, biodiversity is being lost at an unprecedented rate, and efforts to address this crisis, through a series of targeted goals, have largely failed.