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Ireland has lost almost all of its native forests. Here’s how to bring them back
Across Europe, nations average around 35% forest cover but in Ireland the figure is just 11%, one of the lowest.
As many as 29 threatened species are coming back from the brink in Australia
Up to 15 threatened mammal, eight bird, four frog, one reptile and one fish species have recovered.
Nature documentaries can boost plant conservation
Increasing public awareness of plants is essential for saving them from a number of threats in various environments.
How we can learn to measure the planet’s health
Planetary health encourages us to find deeper meaning in our relationship with the earth.
Earth has lost a fifth of wetlands since 1700, but most could still be saved
Being close to a reliable source of water and generally flat, wetlands were always prime targets for development.
Finding Britain’s ‘shadow woods’ is key to reforesting the countryside
When William the Conqueror surveyed his new kingdom in 1086, from lowland to upland Britain was covered with trees.