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Climate Leadership from Developing Countries

It is only right that advanced economies provide additional technological and financial assistance to help developing countries address the growing climate crisis. However,  LEE WHITE and TANGUY GAHOUMA argue that climate solutions will not come solely from the West: developing countries also have an opportunity to lead this transformation.

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Natural-born climate commitments

Although most countries have acknowledged the threat posed by climate change and established targets for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, the international community still has not made the same level of commitment to environmental conservation. Yet it is our natural ecosystems that will save us from catastrophe – if we let them. SALLY JEWELL explains.

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One of world’s most endangered species found for first time in nearly 40 years

The gharial crocodile, one of the world’s most endangered species of reptiles, has been discovered in South West Nepal for the first time in nearly 40 years. The discovery was made by Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and the Biodiversity Conservancy Nepal.

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