Global Conservation News May 11

Source: Conservation in crisis: ecotourism collapse threatens communities and wildlife


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Conservation in crisis: ecotourism collapse threatens communities and wildlife

From Kenya to the Seychelles, coronavirus has dealt a devastating blow to efforts to protect endangered wildlife…

Conservation in crisis: why Covid-19 could push mountain gorillas back to the brink

Once a step away from extinction, their survival was a rare success story. But groundbreaking gorilla conservation is now in peril…

‘Promiscuous treatment of nature’ will lead to more pandemics

Habitat destruction forces wildlife into human environments, where new diseases flourish…

New environment laws must address main cause of the biodiversity crisis – climate change

The government accepts the medical evidence on Covid-19, but not on climate change, the biggest global health threat of the 21st century, causing about 300,000 deaths annually with vast health, environmental and economic harms.

With Humans Away, Animals in National Parks Are Having a Ball

Coyotes, bears and more are enjoying areas usually reserved for crowds of human visitors…

New High Seas Treaty Could Be a Gamechanger for the Ocean

“This is the first time that there’s been a treaty process devoted to marine biodiversity in the high seas and the first ocean treaty really to be negotiated …


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