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As the world pauses to reflect on biodiversity protection, one non-profit is empowering disadvantaged individuals to capture biodiversity’s beauty, and become ambassadors in their communities
In the Eastern Cape of South Africa, Munu – a blind black rhino – has become an ambassador for his species, opening the world’s eyes to the critical conservation philosophy that ‘every rhino matters’
A newly discovered microbe could uncover how soil absorbs carbon and promotes growth
By Valerie Trouet • Johns Hopkins University Press • £20.00 (hardback)
As the world grapples with a new pandemic, humanitarian organisations are rallying to control the outbreak in countries that rely on humanitarian aid, while the United Nations calls for a coordinated response to protect the world’s most vulnerable
Protecting the most famous members of the animal kingdom may be the right move, and not just because they attract more funding
Virtualising nature – an affront to the glory of the natural world, or a much-needed tool for those unable to experience the great outdoors?
Boredom may be creeping into the lockdown experience. For the discerning geographer, however, there is a wealth of entertaining and educational board games out there to bring the family together
A landmark ruling by the United Nations Human Rights Committee provides hope for asylum seekers who have been displaced due to the climate crisis

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