The CITES World Wildlife Conference will take place in Geneva. Ahead of the conference, DW travelled to Iraq, Morocco and Belize to find out what's being done protect our planet's biodiversity.
The UN's scientific body on climate change highlights in a new report the strong connection between land use and climate change. A radical change in the food system is key to people's livelihoods and health worldwide.
In the battle to save threatened species from extinction, a new study has found that keeping climate change under 1.5 degrees Celsius could be key. Global warming will hit hardest those animals we depend upon most.
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