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In the Age of Extinction, which species can we least afford to lose?

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Climate change and human intervention are accelerating the planet’s loss of biodiversity. So should we try to preserve ‘useful’ bees before ‘cuddly’ tigers?

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Science and sustainability goals: what researchers want businesses to know

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If companies are to help reach key climate targets and keep the world a viable place to do business, executives need to take a broader view – and pay attention to the latest science

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Insecticides put world food supplies at risk, say scientists

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Regulations on pesticides have failed to prevent poisoning of almost all habitats, international team of scientists concludes

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Promising business models for sustainable growth

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With many now questioning the narrow, short-term focus of corporate growth models, what alternative theories exist for a more sustainable approach?
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Predicting future biodiversity under climate change

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A new study predicts how climate change affects the productivity of key foundational species . . . → Read More: Predicting future biodiversity under climate change

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Lima talks should deliver first draft for 2015 climate deal, says Peru minister

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Amazon country wants UN summit to steer the course for a binding global committment on carbon emissions in Paris . . . → Read More: Lima talks should deliver first draft for 2015 climate deal, says Peru minister

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Is ‘natural capital’ the next generation of corporate social responsibility?

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Accounting for environmental impact by placing monetary value on the natural world could allow corporations to manage resources sustainably . . . → Read More: Is ‘natural capital’ the next generation of corporate social responsibility?

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Why sustainable supply chains make business sense

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To protect against reputational damage and the effects of climate change, do companies need to implement sustainable business practices throughout their supply chain?

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Investors in agriculture ignore environmental risks at their peril

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A new report on the environmental risks faced by agriculture spells out risk factors for investors and food companies . . . → Read More: Investors in agriculture ignore environmental risks at their peril

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Most UK species in decline, wildlife stocktake shows

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The unprecedented analysis shows that many animals, birds, insects, fish and plants are in trouble

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