For over 10 years, the Northern…
Linking Journalism with the Web of Life
Yufen Chuang and IIED senior researcher Xiaoting Hou Jones reflect on why working with nature to adapt to climate change can offer valuable lessons on how to build back better from COVID-19.
The COVID-19 crisis has shown that the health and the future of people and nature are intertwined. As global leaders …Continue
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Nature-based solutions for climate change: from global ambition to local action
The world is facing two unprecedented environmental crises: biodiversity loss and climate change. The causes of these challenges are interrelated, as are the solutions.…Continue
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To celebrate Earth Day, today I'd like to invite you to listen to Getting money to where it matters: ensuring funds for climate action reach those who need it most – the latest episode of the 'People, Planet and Public Finance' podcast by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the International Budget Partnership (IBP).
Added by Anne Schulthess on April 22, 2020 at 15:48 — No Comments
IIED will be launch its brand new biodiversity newsletter next week. Sign up to it on the IIED website to receive updates on our work focussing on the links between biodiversity, conservation and local people's livelihoods.
In addition to biodiversity, you'll also find a range of newsletters containing our latest news and publications on a variety of subjects. Find out more and sign up now:…Continue
Added by Anne Schulthess on April 3, 2020 at 16:44 — No Comments
The female elephant calf was thirsty. Standing in the shallows of a water hole at dusk, it hurriedly sucked water into its trunk. It then curled its little trunk toward its mouth in an attempt to quench its…
Added by Malaka Rodrigo on March 3, 2020 at 1:53 — No Comments
On World Wildlife Day on 03rd of March, charismatic wildlife such as endangered elephants, leopards and the vulnerable sloth bear will take the stage – but one species is routinely ignored, to our peril.
There will be protests to protect forests such as Wilpattu, Sinharaja and even mangroves. “But are we concerned enough about…Continue
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Published on Mongabay on 26.11.2019 https://news.mongabay.com/2019/11/elephant-seal-native-to-antarctica-spotted-for-first-time-in-tropical-sri-lanka/
Added by Malaka Rodrigo on November 27, 2019 at 3:26 — No Comments
https://news.mongabay.com/2019/08/in-sri-lanka-the-sweet-smell-of-agarwood-draws-calls-for-trade-protection Published on SundayTimes on 23.08.2019 …
Added by Malaka Rodrigo on September 14, 2019 at 8:40 — No Comments
https://news.mongabay.com/2019/09/sri-lanka-scales-up-its-domestic-campaign-to-protect-sharks-with-a-global-push/ published on MongayBay on 05.09.2019
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Across the globe people are worried about the future of wetland ecosystems. Ramsar Convention’s Global Wetland Outlook reveals that wetlands are disappearing three…Continue
Added by Basudev Mahapatra on July 8, 2019 at 16:25 — No Comments
Mandasaru, 300 km south of Bhubaneswar, is a unique gorge ecosystem in the eastern part of Kandhamal district of Odisha. It is named after the rocks on a hill that narrow towards the top, Manda meaning rock and Saru meaning a narrow progression.
While the lower riparian and moist valleys have semi-evergreen forests, moist deciduous forests cover the slopes of the gorge and dry deciduous forests the top plateaus. Frequent weather changes and the surroundings make…Continue
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Access to naturally grown forest produce would go a long way in protecting tribal communities in Odisha from the worst impacts of climate change and supply them with all that they need for sustenance.
Forest foods are in high demand in haats or tribal community markets and nearby rural markets. Forest produce such as honey, amla and several fruits are in great demand in urban malls. Though this may appear as an opportunity for economic empowerment of the tribal…Continue
Added by Basudev Mahapatra on July 7, 2019 at 18:03 — No Comments
Published on Mongabay on 26.06.2019 https://news.mongabay.com/2019/06/crackdown-after-sri-lanka-bombings-may-help-in-fight-against-blast-fishing/
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For over 10 years, the Northern…
Added by John Mbaria on April 18, 2019 at 21:50 — No Comments
It's a challenge for all websites to move with the times, figure out new modes of collaboration and education. Having focused on biodiversity conservation and tourism dos and don'ts since 1995, Planeta.com has documented numerous events, participated in on-site workshops.
Kudos to the Biodiversity Media Alliance for surveying members and figuring out next steps for this portal. Please let us know how to participate and how to collaborate.
Among the Planeta.com…Continue
Added by ron mader on October 18, 2018 at 1:02 — No Comments
As a member of the Biodiversity Media Alliance network, we want your help!
We’re currently considering how to update our community networks. We want a thriving community where members can connect and share information.
However, we recognise that Ning, the platform that hosts the Climate Change Media Partnership network, may not be the place for this, so we are asking what you need to ensure a vibrant, useful and engaging…Continue
Couldn't share links to my articles on 'Biodiversity Media Alliance' for quite a sometime. During the past few months, I wrote extensively on different aspects of biodiversity of Sri Lanka - ranging from mighty Blue Whales to tiny Bees.
Please visit my blog www.window2nature.wordpress.com for my past articles..
Added by Malaka Rodrigo on March 24, 2017 at 6:00 — No Comments
The Federal Government of Nigeria has not shown reasonable commitment in actually cleaning up the Ogoniland in the Niger Delta region in the Southern Nigeria. This was contained in a welcome address by Dr. Godwin Uyi Ojo, Executive Director, Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria at the 9th Annual National Environmental Congress organised by ERA/FoEN…Continue
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