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Spotlight

Conservation

One million plant and animal species are at risk of extinction. For the sake of future generations, how can we conserve Earth’s biodiversity?

Nature in Freefall

One million plant and animal species face extinction. How can we conserve Earth’s biodiversity?

"All is not lost if we do the right thing."
“To deal with the biodiversity crisis we need to find a way to give nature more space.”
To save the most species at risk, we may have to accept the loss of a few that are beyond help.
Theoretical biologist Sally Otto says we need to act quickly and decisively.

A million species face extinction from human activities. It's time to rethink their rights.

A sophisticated tracking system using GPS is helping prevent elephant-human conflict.
To save biodiversity and feed the future, we need to reconnect with nature.
The key to a sustainable world fishery may well lie in our ability to monetize conservation.