GFS Opinions & perspectives

Indigenous Peoples Have a Critical Role in Conserving Nature - Scientific America

More fish, more fishing: why strategic marine park placement is a win-win - The Conversation

Guns, snares and bulldozers: new map reveals hotspots for harm to wildlife - The Conversation

When extreme weather wipes out wildlife, the fallout can last for years - The Conversation

Death by 775 cuts: how conservation law is failing the black-throated finch - The Conversation

For the first time we’ve looked at every threatened bird in Australia side-by-side - The Conversation

Rusia, Canadá, Australia, EE UU y Brasil: el futuro del 70% de los espacios vírgenes del planeta depende de ellos - The Conversation

The Last of the Ocean Wilderness - Scientific America

Earth's wilderness is vanishing, and just a handful of nations can save it - The Conversation

 

Indigenous stewardship is crucial for conservation - Mongabay

 

Indigenous peoples are crucial for conservation - The Conversation

 

The critical role of indigenous people in conservation - National Geographic Blog

 

We Should Embrace Scavengers and Predators

 

Leopards in a city park in India may help lower human injuries and deaths from stray dog bites

 

Helping farmers and reducing car crashes: the surprising benefits of predators

 

Climate change in the Pacific: Are community-based adaptation efforts working?

 

Just ten MPs represent more than 600 threatened species in their electorates

 

Scientific integrity must be defended, our planet depends on it

 

The Great Barrier Reef isn’t listed as ‘in danger’ - but it’s still in big trouble

 

Earth’s wildernesses are disappearing, and not enough of them are World Heritage-listed

 

It’s time for the World Heritage Convention to step up protection of globally significant wilderness areas

 

Land clearing on the rise as legal 'thinning' proves far from clear-cut

 

More than half the world's most important natural sites are under threat: it's time to protect them

 

Achieving the targets of global conventions

 

To conserve or exploit: The choice is ours

 

Trump presidency presents challenges and opportunities for the environment

 

The inequity in climate change

 

Half the world's ecosystems are at risk from habitat loss, and Australia is one of the worst

 

Our impacts on the Earth are slowing down relative to population and economic growth

 

Climate change is affecting all life on Earth – and that’s not good news for humanity

 

What an ancient water flea could tell us about the future of humanity

 

Time Magazine: Why Our Wilderness Matters

 

Four environmental reasons why fast-tracking the Carmichael coal mine is a bad idea

 

The world’s carbon stores are going up in smoke with vanishing wilderness

 

Hunting, fishing and farming remain the biggest threats to wildlife

 

Queensland land clearing is undermining Australia’s environmental progress

 

The best way to protect us from climate change? Save our ecosystems

 

Australia, the US and Europe are climate ‘free-riders’: it’s time to step up

 

Unique Australian wildlife risks vanishing as ecosystems suffer death by a thousand cuts

 

Signs of hope for nature in a rapidly degrading world

 

The inequity in climate change? How unfair is that?

 

Bring climate change back from the future

 

Intact ecosystems provide best defence against climate change

 

As habitat vanishes, migratory birds are in free fall

 

What are we actually protecting in the ocean?

 

Bolder science needed now for protected areas

 

Offsetting biodiversity: greening or greenwashing?

 

Fulfilling the broken promise of nature reserves

 

Land clearing in Queensland triples after policy ping pong

 

Who will save the last primary forests on Earth

 

Bridging the science-implementation gap: engaging with conservation NGOs can make the difference

 

Being climate smart means looking forward and backward. Cost-effective conservation in a time of climate change

 

Adapt or die: where in the world should we start on cost-effective conservation

 

We’ve been asking the wrong questions about conservation

 

Major policy issues in Oceania

 

Of big pictures and cross scales

 

Why the divide?

 

A walk on the wild side

 

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