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Nations commit to reverse nature loss by 2030

Dozens of countries representing more than a quarter of global GDP on Monday released a fresh set of pledges for "urgent and immediate" action to halt nature loss and protect Earth's crucial ...

This UN handout photo shows Marco Lambertini, director general of WWF International, as he addresses the virtual event, entitled “Leaders' Pledge for Nature: United to Reverse Biodiversity Loss by 2030 for Sustainable Development”, during the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, on 28 September 2020, in New York.

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A squirrel climbs down a cable at Kalyanpur, Rangamati on 23 September 2020.

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People enjoy the evening during sunset on Recreio dos Bandeirantes beach amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 16 September 2020.

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A supporter calms his baby at the back of the hall as he waits to rally with US president Donald Trump at a campaign event in Henderson, Nevada, US, 13 September 2020.

Nilgai gets companion at safari park

The lone female nilgai in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park in Sreepur of Gazipur has finally got a companion

Male nilgai released at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park, Sreepur, Gazipur

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People watch the sunrise from Penshaw Monument, County Durham, Britain, 29 July 2020.

Does it pay to protect nature? A new study weighs in

"What are two ducks worth? And would these ducks in the US be the same as in Latin America? And how would you compare those things, and what would be their role?" Büscher told Reuters.

Does it pay to protect nature? A new study weighs in

Kurigram farmers worry over damage of crops in Indian elephant attack

Farmers of the bordering area in Roumari upazila of Kurigram have been passing their days in worries for the damage of their crops by a herd of wild elephants from India over the last one week

Farmers worry over damage of crops in elephant attack in Kurigram

Monkeys steal coronavirus blood samples in India

Monkeys have been increasingly straying into human settlements in India and causing disturbances, even attacking people. Environmentalists say the destruction of natural habitat is the main reason ...

A monkey crosses the road near India's Presidential Palace during a 14-hour long curfew to limit the spreading of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New Delhi, India, on 22 March 2020

COVID-19 shows human health deeply connected to natural world: UN chief

The UN chief said COVID-19 -- which emanated from the wild -- has shown how human health is intimately connected with our relationship to the natural world

COVID-19 shows human health deeply connected to natural world: UN chief
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