IRD publishes the second volume of the booklet “Science of sustainability, understanding, co-constructing, transforming”, comprising 42 fact sheets on the science of sustainable solutions.
At the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, IAHS, Bureau meeting last December, the new IAHS ‘Working Group on the History of Hydrology’ was established.
A study published in the journal Earth’s Future reveals that almost a quarter of Sweden’s last unprotected old-growth forest was logged between 2003 and 2019 – equivalent to a loss of 1.4% per year.
Despite decades of increasing investment in conservation, ‘bending the curve’ of biodiversity decline has not succeeded, according to a study.
Officially launched on September 2022, the BCOMING project will look at biodiversity conservation as a way of reducing the risks of infectious disease emergence, by focusing on three tropical biodiversity hotspots.
La biodiversité du global au local (Sud Touraine) Deux conférences 15 Mai 2022 – Salle des fêtes de Charnizay, petit village de Sud Touraine La biodiversité dans tous ses états, par Jean-Claude Jacques (Paris et Preuilly-sur-Claise). Michel Spiro introduira l’Année Internationale des Sciences Fondamentales pour le Développement durable. Explication du terme biodiversité et présentation générale…
Nature in Common – Beyond the Nagoya Protocol, one of the first summary books on implementation of the major international agreement for global biodiversity governance, is out.
People domesticated modern horses about 4000 years ago, and these ancient horses expanded rapidly, and ultimately replaced all other species in Eurasia.
A new research has explained how road infrastructural plans might impact ecosystems in sub-Saharan Africa as the region’s economy and trade grows rapidly.
The 23rd International Congress of Zoology will be dedicated to understanding and managing change in the Anthropocene.