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A selection of media articles concerning conservation issues of interest to IPBES

Media title Country of publication Date of publication Source
Biomimicry: the sea is a medicine France ELLE
Nach Corona: Wie können wir Pandemien künftig verhindern? Germany ZDF Heute
Indigenous peoples wary of UN biodiversity rescue plan United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Phys.org
"Pascal Canfin: "The protectors of nature deserve the Nobel Peace Prize" France Le Parisien
One Planet Summit: no climate fix without biodiversity France France24
WHO Says COVID Not The Big One; Are Experts Pointing Towards More Severe Pandemics In Future? India IndiaTimes
5 Environmental Stories That Could Dominate In 2021 United States of America HuffPost
This is how we prevent future pandemics, say 22 leading scientists Switzerland World Economic Forum
Why Fund Managers Started Worrying About Biodiversity United States of America Bloomberg
COVID-19 and the biodiversity crisis United States of America The Hill
Schulze Nominates IPBES Germany Sueddeutsche Zeitung
Rethinking conservation for people and nature United States of America WWF
Why losing biodiversity makes pandemics more likely United States of America Nature
La naturaleza "queer" de Brigitte Baptiste y la biodiversidad después de la pandemia Colombia El Mostrador
How The Global Crisis Could Affect Sustainable Investing United States of America Forbes
Scientists say we will face worse pandemics than COVID-19 unless we protect United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Natural History Museum (UK)
Worse pandemics than coronavirus to come if environment not protected United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Daily Mail UK
Halt destruction of nature or suffer even worse pandemics, say world’s top scientists United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Guardian
Halt destruction of nature or suffer even worse pandemics, say world’s top scientists United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Guardian
Nature crisis: 'Insect apocalypse' more complicated than thought BBC
Humans are to blame for spread of coronavirus and other ‘zoonoses’ India Hindustan Times
How Artificial Intelligence, IoT And Big Data Can Save The Bees United States of America Forbes
Preventing pandemics, global warming and environmental degradation all at once United States of America CNN
Environmental Destruction Brought Us COVID-19. What It Brings Next Could Be Far Worse. United States of America Huffington Post
Economic growth is incompatible with biodiversity conservation United States of America Phys.org
Microsoft's new ‘planetary computer' will help scientists crunch data about the natural world United States of America Fast Company
Environmental Pandemic Chile La Tercera
Biodiversity, 'Life Insurance' to Save the Planet Spain El Mundo
First person: COVID-19 is not a silver lining for the climate, says UN Environment chief Switzerland UN News
Minister Schulze: Global nature conservation can reduce risk of future epidemics Germany German Ministry for Environment, Protection of Nature and Nuclear Safety
Britain's water birds have declined by a QUARTER in 10 years as climate change leads to milder winters and endangered ducks and waders become more reliant on protected wetland sites United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Daily Mail UK
Environment Minister: Protection of Nature Against Epidemics Germany Tagesschau
How The Destruction of Nature is Connected to the Coronavirus (in German) Germany RiffReporter
Scientists link outbreaks such as Covid-19 to biodiversity loss India Hindustani Times
Saving Africa’s Ecosystems Australia Mirage News
Can the private sector make it a super year for nature? United States of America GreenBiz
Give a Damn for Wildlife United States of America Medium
All roads lead from Rome: the latest meeting en route to Kunming COP15 China China Dialogue
Special World Wildlife Day Interview with Anne Larigauderie, Executive Secretary of IPBES United States of America Our Daily Planet
Fossil Coral Suggest a Mass Extinction Is on the Way: 'It's like a Slow-Motion Car Crash' United States of America Newsweek