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Biodiversity is the variety and variability of plants, animals, and ecosystems within an area. Value is placed on biological and population diversity, and also the health of these populations. Efforts to conserve biodiversity often consider biological and ecological protection from a systems level, working holistically to improve the health of an area.

EVOLTREE seminar on genetic adaptation research for future forests

EVOLTREE is organising a Scientific Seminar in Aberdeen, United Kingdom, on 17 September 2019, associated to the annual EVOLTREE Governing Board meeting...

Celebrate International Day of Forests in Geneva

This year's International Day of Forests (IDF) on 21 March 2019 takes the theme  “Learn to Love Forests”. 

Mountain birds in decline in Europe

Published in the scientific journal Global Change Biology in late 2018, a new study shows, for the first time, that populations of...

Illegal trade placing Pindos wild orchids at risk, scientists warn

Article originally posted by the Athens News Agency. Overharvesting to meet skyrocketing demand in Turkey and elsewhere is placing the endemic wild orchid population in...



Key messages for global fire-resilient landscapes

In October, fire experts, policymakers and key stakeholders came together for an international conference in Madrid to answer the question: how can...