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Forest groups want climate schemes that violate rights to be suspended

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Indigenous peoples warn during Lima climate talks that they are being ignored over exploitation of lands and are critical of pledges to stop deforestation

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Should we cull grey squirrels to save the native red?

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In the longer term contraceptives, vaccination and predators could control the grey squirrel, but until then we have no alternative

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Coral Triangle could be last bastion for planet’s beleaguered reefs

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Major reef system in south-east Asia could be unusually resilient to climate change, Catlin Seaview Survey suggests

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Habitats of 140 Australian threatened species not protected, WWF study finds

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Despite increases in marine parks and nature reserves, many threatened animals, including the northern hairy-nosed wombat, are still without protection

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Cement company blows up limestone hill and renders snail extinct

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Malaysian snail among hundreds of species to become extinct as a result of fishing, logging, mining, agriculture and other activities to satisfy our growing appetite for resources

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Interpol launches most-wanted list of environmental fugitives

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International policing agency’s public appeal targets nine dangerous fugitives suspected of crimes involving poaching and illegal logging

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More than a third of natural world heritage sites face ‘significant threats’

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Report says invasive species, tourism, poaching, dams and logging most pressing threats but climate change may eclipse all

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World governments failing Earth’s ecosystems, says top conservationist

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Julia Marton-Lefèvre, director general of the IUCN, says political leaders have not properly embraced conservation

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Regreening program to restore one-sixth of Ethiopia’s land

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Tree and shrub-planting program has transformed degraded and deforested land across Africa, with Ethiopia planning to restore a further 15m hectares by 2030

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British drilling in Falklands risks eco-disaster, says Argentina

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Malvinas secretary Daniel Filmus warns that extraction of oil and gas from sea bed without Argentina’s consent is dangerous

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