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Tiny plastic pellets entering the world’s oceans act as vectors for pollutants, endangering marine wildlife, study warns.
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Ana María Hernández, first woman IPBES chair, says protecting threatened species requires a wholesale shift in attitudes.
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Climate mitigation strategies that do not consider farming impacts could increase hunger, study finds.
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New digital platform aims to aid translation of African languages to spur access to global markets.
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Malnutrition and gender inequalities cause babies to be born underweight, health experts say.
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Measles transmission is still active and health experts warn measures to contain the outbreak are insufficient.
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Millions of trees are likely being lost as a result of excessive firewood-gathering, environment authority warns.
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Rising temperatures and weather-related disasters cause more migration than poverty and conflict, researchers say.
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A quarter of species are under threat, devastating livelihoods around the globe.
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Drug-resistant diseases could cause 10 million deaths a year by 2050, a UN report warns.
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