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Year: 2012
Covering 24 percent of the Earth’s surface, mountains are home to 720 million people – or 12 percent of the world’s population – in 120 countries
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Year: 2010
IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, believes that protected areas lie at the heart of all effective biodiversity conservation strategies
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Year: 2010
Just in time for the International Year of Biodiversity, the Ecological Continuum Initiative has printed an updated version of the brochure on Ecological Networks in the Alps
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Year: 2009
The Mekong River produces more than two per cent of the world’s entire fish catch – around 2
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Year: 2009
Is population growth the elephant in the (development) room? Some commentators assert it is the most pertinent development issue the world faces, but one which policy makers – for fear of impinging ‘human rights’ – are unwilling to address
Year: 2009
The Mountain Research Initiative (MRI) promotes and coordinates research on global change in mountain regions around the world
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Year: 2009
Global temperatures were increasing, massive sheets of ice at the higher latitudes were rapidly melting and receding, exposing tracts of bare soil that had lain covered for millennia
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Year: 2009
This position paper on the REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) mechanism was agreed by the Steering Committee on 26 March 2009
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Year: 2009
Vascular plants remain the key objects in the research of alpine biodiversity and prime indicators for biological monitoring of climate change in alpine habitats
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Year: 2009
Stretching from the Arctic to the South Pacific through the Atlantic, Amazonia, Antarctica and Indian Ocean, the 28 European Overseas Territories present both a remarkable and vulnerable biodiversity
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