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Around 700 families were evicted from the  Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary in Assam, India  in November 2017, following an order of the  Guwahati High Court.  ZUMA PRESS /ALAMY

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A target to turn 30 per cent of the world’s land into protected areas for nature by 2030 is set to be agreed by world...

Home under threat: Endangered savanna elephants have a migratory corridor in the Kavango region. A CURIOUS APE

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A vast area of Namibia and Botswana is under threat from oil and gas exploration. Devastating consequences are feared for...

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Nilanjana Bhowmick on the double whammy of natural disaster and Covid-19 that has brought a vulnerable...

Machiguenga children at play in Manu’s spectacular wilderness, while their pet spider monkey explores a tree. CHARLIE JAMES/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC/ALAMY

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Indigenous people living in Peru’s Manu National Park have been locked out of its management. Could change be on the horizon...

Seirian Sumner gives voice to a creature of amazing ecological value that humans usually consider a pest and the stinging scourge of summer picnics.

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A tiny but fierce hunter explains to Seirian Sumner why humans need it around.

From left to right: Bullseye harlequin poison dart frog from the rainforest of Colombia. Dirk Ercken/Alamy; A conservationist demonstrates to a class of schoolchildren the whooping crane costume used to rear chicks. Nature and Science/Alamy; Andatu, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in Indonesia. Reynold Sumakyu/Alamy

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Four case histories of extraordinary efforts to save threatened species. 

A majestic Indian tiger on the prowl. India’s tiger numbers are up – to roughly 3,000 from fewer than 2,000 in 1970 – as a result of a massive conservation effort. But it has also forcibly displaced many tribal peoples, who had lived sucessfully with the animals, from their ancestral lands. PANORAMIC IMAGES/ALAMY

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As the alarm sounds on the sixth mass extinction, Dinyar Godrej squares up to what we need to do to avert...

Baiga women in Madhya Pradesh, India collecting leaves. Credit: ephotocorp.

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As the UN convenes the Biodiversity Summit in New York, Joji Cariño, Andy Whitmore, Milka Chepkorir...

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Vanessa Baird examines the free-for-all consensus when it comes to the world’s oceans, and its implications...

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Sea-bed mining promises many riches, but at great risk. Should we pause for thought? asks marine biologist Diva Amon...

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The race is on to patent all marine life – and some have got a head start. Marine...

Spix's Macaw bird from the hit film 'Rio' is now extinct.

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Nele Marien explains the scale and cost of financial lobbying against biodiversity efforts....

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By introducing bee hives to their fields, Indian farmers are improving productivity – and lives.

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Facts and figures about trees and forests, from carbon control to biodiversity.

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David Ransom on plans to dig the biggest hole in the world and what it could mean to local biodiversity.

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Lasanda Kurukulasuriya on the fight to safeguard biodiversity and the rural economy.


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