The composition of species is changing in ecosystems across the globe

Researchers map types and rates of biodiversity change - most extreme changes in tropical marine biomes


(Picture: Kanenori / Pixabay)



Global South most affected by climate change and land use effects

Where people's needs for nature are greatest, nature's ability to meet those needs is declining


(Picture: David Shepherd / Pixabay)



German fishermen’s scepticism towards EU impedes compliance with its regulations

New paper in European Economic Review


(Picture: Moritz Drupp)




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