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    It’s not just climate – we’ve already breached most of the Earth’s limits. A safer, fairer future means treading lightly

      Steven J Lade, Resilience Researcher, Australian National University Ben Stewart-Koster, Senior Research Fellow, Griffith University Stuart Bunn, Professor, Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University Syezlin Hasan, Research Fellow,...

    How dirty old used cars from the US and Europe carry on polluting … in Africa – podcast

      Daniel Merino, Associate Science Editor & Co-Host of The Conversation Weekly Podcast, The Conversation Mend Mariwany, Producer, The Conversation Weekly   The typical car will go for...

    Mitigating the Debt-Climate Trade-off

      Hippolyte Fofack, Chief Economist and Director of Research at the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank).   CAIRO – The sharp, almost synchronized, pivot by most of the...

    Mangroves are essential for coastal livelihoods and local resilience – insights from Mauritius

      Raphael Merven, Department of Biology and Ecology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Montpellier, France Chandani Appadoo & F.B. Vincent Florens, Tropical Island Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation...

    The macaque monkeys of Mauritius: an invasive alien species, and a major export for research

      Vincent Florens, Associate Professor, Department of Biosciences at Faculty of Science, University of Mauritius   Macaque monkeys live as both captive and wild animals on the...

    Big tech, regulators and conservationists must unite to tackle online wildlife trade

      Rowan O. Martin, Research Associate, Fitzpatrick Institute of African Ornithology, University of Cape Town, South Africa Amy Hinsley, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford, United...

    Oceans and their largest inhabitants could be the key to storing our carbon emissions

      David King, Founder of Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge and Chair of Climate Crisis Advisory Group (CCAG), University of Cambridge Jane Lichtenstein, Associate Researcher,...

    Seychelles is becoming overwhelmed by marine plastic – we now know where it comes from

      Noam Vogt-Vincent, DPhil Candidate in Earth Sciences, University of Oxford April Burt, Research Associate, University of Oxford   More than 1,000km southwest of Mahé, the main inhabited...

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