ecosystems

A monkey which sneezes in the rain and a “walking” fish are among more than 200 new species discovered in the Eastern Himalayas in recent years.

A report on wildlife in Nepal, Bhutan, the far north of Myanmar, southern Tibet and north-eastern India has revealed discoveries in...

The San Francisco Bay was once one of the richest estuaries in North America. Almost completely enclosed and protected from the open ocean, and with more than 200 freshwater creeks feeding into it, it was a fertile refuge for young salmon, halibut, sturgeon, anchovy, and smelt. It was...

La Comisión Económica para la América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) y la Municipalidad de São Paulo organizan los Coloquios Sudamericanos sobre Ciudades Metropolitanas – MSUR. El primer Coloquio, con el tema Ecosistemas Urbanos y Sostenibilidad, se llevará a cabo los días 27 y 28 de...

This week, the E-Forum focuses on the food wastage impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems. An Input Paper is now available presenting a draft methodology, outlining key discussion points, and providing preliminary results. The Input Paper is attached and is available at:

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