#biodiversity Berita

Mangroves-NbS
Studio EB Carbon financing, be it through nature or technology-based solutions, will be key to near and long-term decarbonisation in Asia. With the region’s emissions trading systems seeing some progress, regulation is still crucial to momentum and expansion.
Loktak_Lake_India
Ethnic conflict, mismanaged development projects and climate change are pushing a major Indian lake to the brink.
Fruit_Bats_Heatwaves_India
As fruit bats die en masse in parts of India, experts stress the need for research as they fear the loss of these bats could have huge ecological consequences.
Forest logging road
Road expansion and fires are weakening tropical ecosystems more than previously thought, and full recovery could take centuries, new research suggests, highlighting the disconnect between biodiversity goals and agricultural expansion.
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#biodiversity Opini

Verde Island Passage
Two years ago, developed countries pledged at least US$20 billion annually by 2025 to help preserve 30 per cent of the world’s land and oceans. But most countries have failed to contribute their fair share.
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Habitat destruction and modification harms biodiversity, and compounds the impacts of climate change and other threats to wildlife.
Burgos solar and wind farm
House Bill 7705, the low carbon economy bill, could help the climate-vulnerable nation seize the economic opportunities that come with decarbonisation.
A Malayan water monitor lizard
The benefits of nature in cities are linked to biodiversity — not just greenery.
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#biodiversity Video

OceanX
The vessel will scour Southeast Asia’s marine environment to gather data and support local conservationists.
Tata Balladares
The veteran journalist talks to Eco-Business about how his Emmy-nominated documentary depicts the lives of environmental crusaders in Asia's deadliest country for guardians of the seas and forests.
Dr Sylvia Earle
Eksklusif In this exclusive interview to mark Earth Day, Eco-Business speaks to Dr Sylvia Earle, oceanographer and founder of Mission Blue, who draws the link between our climate crisis and the health of our oceans.
Apai, customary chief, Dayak Iban tribe
Around the world, indigenous people have historically suffered from abuse and rights violations, despite being critical to forest conservation. This tribe in West Kalimantan, Indonesia, just won rights over its land after a 40-year struggle. Are governments waking up to the reality that indigenous groups could lead the battle against climate change?
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#biodiversity Podcasts

IP Tebtebba
In celebration of Indigenous Peoples' month in the Philippines, the former United Nations special rapporteur tells the Eco-Business Podcast about her lifelong work to empower communities in Asia’s most dangerous country for environmental defenders.
Dr Sylvia Earle podcast
Eksklusif Oceanographer Dr Sylvia Earle speaks to Eco-Business in this exclusive podcast about the irreversible damage deep sea mining will cause, the link between the oceans and our global climate, and the role that we can all play in 'being at peace' with nature.
land reclamation SG
Why is there so much secrecy and controversy around sand extraction? Eco-Business speaks to Madhumitha Ardhanari to find out more about the narrative surrounding sand in Singapore, the largest importer of sand in the world.
Vegan food
Humanity and the planet are suffering from a serious case of food poisoning. Eco-Business spoke to Brent Loken, WWF's global lead food scientist, about how changes to our diet can help fix our broken food system, and restore our health and the planet's strained ecosystems.
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