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Coronavirus: why the lockdown could lead to improvements in wildlife conservation Scientists are looking at how the 'anthropause’ affected animals and whether those insights could inform conservation strategies... Conservation Environment Science
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10 ways to connect with nature without leaving your home this spring Read on for ways to connect with wildlife and find some solace in nature during the Covid-19 outbreak... Body & Mind Health Lifestyle UK Wellbeing
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China bans consumption of wildlife The ban, welcomed by wildlife campaigners, is a direct response to the outbreak of COVID-19... Conservation Environment World
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What went right in 2019 It’s been a turbulent year, with wildfires raging in the Amazon and elsewhere and a divisive election campaign stoking tensions at home. But... Environment Society World
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‘Economic progress need not come at the expense of wildlife’ Growing national economies need not spell bad news for the wildlife of low and lower-middle income countries, according to new research... Economics Environment
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Six white-tailed eagles reintroduced as part of five-year project The birds have been released on the Isle of Wight in an effort to reintroduce the species to southern England... Conservation Environment UK
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