Latest global biodiversity News

NSW Budget Neglects Biodiversity
Critical site to become state’s second special wildlife reserve
New Action Plan launched for implementing FAO Strategy on Mainstreaming Biodiversity across agriculture as biodiversity-related projects approved
Nations unite to eliminate mercury-containing medical devices
In Fight For Global Biodiversity
5 reasons why the Fast-track Approvals Bill threatens NZ’s already fragile ecosystems
Why an intention to conserve an area for only 25 years should not count for Australia’s target of protecting 30% of land
NT Greens Call On NT Representatives To Save Lee Point
Australia must lead the world on nature restoration through ambitious interpretation of international law
The government wants to fast-track approvals of large infrastructure projects – that’s bad news for NZ’s biodiversity
Mass extinction: our fossil study reveals which types of species are most at risk from climate change
CDU researcher and international team shine a light on troubled deepsea sharks and rays
Australia’s most at-risk bird species share some common traits
Acoustic juice for soil recovery
Tonkoro, Melrose stations to become protected areas
Updating Australia’s Strategy for Nature 2019-2030
Sorting wheat from chaff
A global biodiversity tipping point as first marine fish extinction declared
Coral reefs in peril from record-breaking ocean heat
Greens win breakthrough agreement to protect nature & climate from greenwashing & gas fracking
Introducing Nature Finance Council
Landscape dynamics determine the evolution of biodiversity on Earth
Translating global theories of change into tangible steps for conservation of ecosystems
Time is Now for Oceans Protection
We’ve committed to protect 30% of Australia’s land by 2030. Here’s how we could actually do it
If we do it right, we can replant trees and shrubs to store carbon – and restore biodiversity
The role of seeds in transforming agrifood systems under the spotlight
Social media helping to protect biodiversity
Restoring ecosystems to boost biodiversity is an urgent priority – our ‘Eco-index’ can guide the way
Bank practices need to evolve to align with global nature goals: research
Why you should count your chickens
6 weeks to COP28 – are we any closer to a successful conference?
New FAO report calls for action to bridge ‘green social divide’ in cities
It’s not just Victoria’s iconic mountain ash trees at risk – it’s every species in their community
Leading environmental organisations call for national roadmap to accelerate ecosystem restoration
Aussies provide more than 62 million species records for conservation research
Restoring Ecosystems in Australia with the help of International experts
WA’s biodiversity on show at international conference
Business not well prepared for new global nature disclosure framework
World Water Congress: Agriculture holds solutions to global water crisis and food security, FAO says
Expert commentary: Invasive species driving Australian biodiversity loss
Sydney to host world’s first Global Nature Positive Summit
Efforts to safeguard biodiversity receive welcome boost
Minister Bowen’s trip to G20, Japan and Korea
FAO welcomes European Union contribution of €25 million to advance wildlife conservation and food security
WHO to host first global workshop on biodiversity, traditional knowledge, health and well-being
Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture turns 40 and its work has never been more important
Green Party AGM 2023: James Shaw’s Speech