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Leguminous plants make agriculture sustainable

Among the various research projects conducted to make agriculture and, in particular, fertilisation more sustainable, there is the one conducted by the Institute of Biosciences and Bio-resources of the National Research Council of Naples (Cnr-Ibbr) with the aim of making…

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What to do if you meet a wild animal? ENPA explains

During the lockdown in the past few months, we have witnessed unusual scenes of wild animals walking on asphalt roads, in squares and parks. But how should you behave when you meet them? How do you know whether you are…

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International Day for Biological Diversity 2020

On May 22, the International Day for Biological Diversity, an initiative established to underline the importance of protecting the extraordinary wealth of all living species on Earth, was held. The date was chosen to commemorate the day in 1992 when…

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World Bee Day

Today, Monday 20 May, is World Bee Day. The aim of the day is to attract attention to the key role of these hard-working insects, sorely tried by human activities and climate changes. Bees, in fact, like other pollinating animals,…

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National Tree Day

Today is National Tree Day, established by the Ministry of the Environment with the aim of promoting protection of the environment, reducing pollution and developing forests. This year, Legambiente is inaugurating the 25th edition of National Tree Day, by actively…

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An interactive animal endangerment map

The sixth mass extinction is before our eyes: increasingly more animals are classified as endangered by human activities such as deforestation, urbanisation, animal breeding, farming, fishing and poaching. Added to this are climate changes, that contribute to worsening what scientists…

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World Food Day

The World Food Day, organised by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) will be held on 16 October to mark the anniversary of its foundation, on 16 October 1945. The first edition of the World Food Day, now…

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CITES COP 18 has ended

The 18th Conference of the Parties (COP 18) of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), held in Geneva, in Switzerland, from 17 to 28 August, has ended. The goals achieved included setting stricter limitations on trade of…

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Ingesting plastic weakens sea birds

According to a study conducted by the University of Tasmania and published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, ingesting fragments of plastic is causing sea birds to become increasingly smaller, lighter and to suffer from a series of health…

 
 
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