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By Leiserowitz, Anthony A Fernandez, Lisa O Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Conference, Aspen, CO, 11-14 October 2007 Our world, our only habitat, is a biotic system under such stress it threatens to fail in fundamental and irreversible ways.
KOTA KINABALU: A biodiversity bank, the first of its kind in Asia, has been set up to raise funds to protect and conserve the biodiversity-rich 34,000ha Malua Forest Reserves in the east coast of Sabah.
By Anonymous NRPA's National Summit on Environmental Stewardship provides a perfect convergence of public parks, environmental sustainability, and community advocacy.
By Tim De Chant, Chicago Tribune Jul. 4--The execution-style killing last year of a gorilla family in Congo may portend future conflicts as humans encroach on resource-rich national parks in developing countries, according to authors of a new study.
By Luntz, Stephen Dr Michael Bode of the University of Queensland's Ecology Centre has called for conservationists to take the cost of conserving locations, rather than just the number of endangered species, into account when prioritising areas for protection.
Biologists at the University of California, San Diego have developed a series of global maps that show where projected habitat loss and climate change are expected to drive the need for future reserves to prevent biodiversity loss.
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