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UNESCO ‘eDNA’ initiative to ‘unlock’ knowledge for biodiversity protection

Launching the new programme, the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) said that scientists and local residents would take samples of genetic material from fish waste, mucous membranes or cells, eDNA, to monitor species. “Marine World Heritage...

Ground-Level Ozone Is a Creeping Threat to Biodiversity

It’s properly established that continual publicity to excessive ozone ranges is a severe risk to human well being, exacerbating coronary heart and lung issues...

To Restore Biodiversity, Embrace Biotech’s ‘Intended Consequences’

In December of 2020, when scientists managed the unimaginable feat of cloning the endangered black-footed ferret, they took a leap towards the renewed international...

G7 leaders to agree to new climate and conservation targets in bid to halt biodiversity loss

G7 leaders on Sunday will again new conservation and emission targets to curb climate change, and finalise collective motion on a number of different...

UN Scientists: Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss. Two Parts. One Problem.

The peer-reviewed report comes forward of two main local weather conferences this yr; the United Nations Biodiversity Conference, referred to as COP15, in October...

A better understanding of ‘wet markets’ is key to safeguarding human health, biodiversity

Great uncertainty surrounds the origins of SARS-CoV-2. Early on, some prompt a hyperlink between COVID-19 and a seafood market in Wuhan, China. Other theories...

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