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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
All roads lead from Rome: the latest meeting en route to Kunming COP15 China China Dialogue
2020: The Year to Super Charge Our Work on Nature United States of America Natural Resources Defense Council
Faith for Earth: Shifting the needle on environmental action Kenya United Nations Environment Programme
2020: The Year to Super Charge Our Work on Nature United States of America Natural Resources Defense Council
Rich countries could be asked to pay billions to protect biodiversity United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Guardian
Governments face pressure to protect nature in biodiversity 'super year' United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Thomson Reuters Foundation
5 reasons why CEOs must care about safeguarding nature Switzerland World Economic Forum
We have a chance to halt biodiversity loss. The stakes have never been higher United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Guardian
India, 129 other nations pledge to save 1 million species facing extinction India Hindustan Times
Honey bees feel sting of viral disease Kenya UN Environment
As Planet Burns, One Million Species in World’s Eco-System in Danger of Extinction Switzerland As Planet Burns, One Million Species in World’s Eco-System in Danger of Extinction
Time to End the Scourge of Wildlife Crime United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Independent
UN chief outlines solutions to defeat ‘four horsemen’ threatening our global future United States of America news.UN.org
Why 2020 is the year to reset humanity’s relationship with nature Switzerland World Economic Forum
Extinction: A million species at risk, so what is saved? United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BBC
European Parliament urges cuts in pesticide use to save Europe’s pollinators Belgium Euractiv
Working the World Over for Species Protections United States of America Medium
The science news events that shaped 2019 United States of America Nature
Nature’s 10 United States of America Nature
2019: A Year in Review Italy Inter Press Service
Pervasive human-driven decline of life on Earth points to the need for transformative change United States of America Science
Let us have nature-based solutions to climate change United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Herald
Ana María Hernández, leader since childhood Colombia El Espectador
The year the world woke up to the climate emergency France France24
The planet is devastated, and this is just the beginning France La Tribune
Impacts of past abrupt land change on local biodiversity globally United States of America Nature Communications
Depleted fish stocks can’t wait. The EU and Norway need to commit to ending overfishing now Belgium euronews
Earth Negotiations Bulletin - SBSTTA 23 | 26 Nov 2019 | Montreal, CA | IISDRS - Global NGO Impact News Global NGO Impact News
Building Capacity towards Conservation and Sustainable Use of the World’s Biodiversity Cook Islands IISD
Udall, Gallego: Tribal Wildlife Corridors Act Of 2019 United States of America Los Alamos Daily Post
The Netherlands is not going to meet 2020 biodiversity targets Netherlands Wageningen University
Ecological Connectivity to Be Focus of Major UN Meeting on Migratory Wildlife in India | CMS Germany Convention on Migratory Species
Climate Change and Loss of Species: Our Greatest Challenges - Inter Press Service Italy Inter Press News Service
Beijing Call for Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Change China chinadailyhk
Siete de las especies invasoras que más daño están causando en América Latina Peru El Comercio Perú
Living whales are worth an enormous amount of money Washington Post
IMF/World Bank: Nature falls on deaf ears Euromoney
Why a sense of kinship is key to caring about the living world New Zealand Stuff
Rooibos tea profits will be shared with indigenous communities in landmark agreement South Africa nature.com
Scientists demand "paradigm shift" after study shows "frightening" decline of insects and spiders Salon