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The Amazon rainforest emits more CO2 than it absorbs

The Amazon rainforest is the largest area of tropical forests on Earth and has proven to be an important carbon sink in recent decades. The Amazon's carbon sink capacity now seems to be declining due to factors such as deforestation…

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Three Italian parks have been included in the IUCN Green List

The Tuscan Archipelago National Park and the Casentino Forests National Park have joined the prestigious "Green list"of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The Gran Paradiso National Park has been confirmed on this list for the third time…

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Seas are getting warmer and fish are migrating to the Poles

Global warming is reaching the bottom of the sea and upsetting the delicate balance of ecosystems. Rising water temperatures have a strong impact on biodiversity in marine ecosystems. A group of Australian and New Zealand researchers have identified the risk…

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Relentless deforestation: more than 12 million hectares lost in 2020

In 2020 we destroyed an area of tropical forest equal to 12.2 million hectares, slightly larger than the size of Bulgaria. Compared to 2019, this is an increase of 12%. These are the findings of the latest Global Forest Watch…

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International Forest Day 2021

Forests and trees protect us in an infinite number of ways. They provide us with the clean air that we breathe and the water that we drink. They shelter and protect the biodiversity of the planet and are our natural…

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Five years after Cyclone Winston, Fiji’s corals are reviving

In February 2016, Tropical Cyclone Winston, the strongest cyclone ever to hit the southern hemisphere, struck the Republic of Fiji, Oceania, causing severe damage to homes and local residents. In addition to the villages, the 'cities of the sea', i.e.…

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World Wetlands Day 2021

2 February is World Wetlands Day, set up in 1997 to commemorate the anniversary of the "Convention on Wetlands of International Importance", signed in Ramsar (Iran) in 1971. The Convention, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, was set up…

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How much forest did we use today?

Coffee is second only to water in the ranking of the most popular beverages in the world: world coffee consumption is 2.5 billion cups per day. One in three is drunk in Europe; for us Italians in particular, drinking coffee…

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FAO: Forest loss is slowing down thanks to an increase in sustainable policies

Did you know that although the world's forests are decreasing, the rate of loss has slowed? This is what emerges from the latest FAO (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization) Global Forest Resources Assessment 2020, the annual report providing essential…

 
 
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