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‘A powerful antidote to despair’: the project that tracks down lost species ‘Forgotten’ species that were lost to science have been rediscovered again thanks to a pioneering programme Conservation Environment Science
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The US tribe bringing buffalo back from the brink In the US, indigenous-led conservation efforts are boosting buffalo numbers, reviving a culture and feeding homeless people Conservation Culture Environment
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Why oceans and their largest inhabitants could be the key to storing carbon emissions Whales and other marine life are an overlooked solution to the climate crisis, argue academics from the University of Cambridge Conservation Environment Science
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What went right this week: a bold plan to save rhinos, plus more positive news A novel scheme to save rhinos launched, Brussels offered people €900 to quit cars, and African nations got some positive news, plus more Conservation Environment Health Innovation Society
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In pictures: the secret life of the UK’s seas A photo series celebrates sea creatures living in UK waters. It was released to rally support for imperilled ecosystems Conservation Environment Media
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What went right this week: a city rewilds, plus more positive news A lost species was reintroduced to London, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was freed, and Ukraine’s independent media got a boost, plus more Conservation Environment Innovation Society Wellbeing
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