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Repost: @natgeo Video by Tim Laman @TimLaman | Greater bird of paradise males display at the top of the canopy in the Aru Islands, Indonesia. Follow @TimLaman to learn the story behind how I captured this footage. This is one of the bird of paradise species found in West Papua Province as well as in Aru, and this month we are celebrating West Papua’s historic declaration as a “conservation province,” dedicated to a green economy and sustainable development, like ecotourism. West Papua harbors the world’s richest coral reefs and incredible rainforest diversity, including 16 species of birds of paradise, six of which are found nowhere else on earth. can be the global ambassadors for conservation of the forests of Papua. . . . . . . @BirdsofParadiseProject

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are crucial for all life. In marine ecosystems, direct exploitation of organisms (mainly fishing) has had the largest relative negative impact on nature since 1970. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Repost: @jacintashackleton Turtle hatchling! 😍🐢 This little one made it safely to the water then slowly got the hang of how to swim! Hatchling season is sadly finished for now but we expect to see females nesting again in November ⏰. . . . . .

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Repost: @bbcearth by @deyaward and @fajardewanto77 Gendut, you amaze us! When the river floods in these peatland swamp forest, the @orangutanfoundationintl staff monitoring him have observed a truly remarkable behaviour. Unlike other orangutans which can travel through water by standing and keeping their chin up, Gendut actually swims, and has been seen doing so even when surrounded by crocodiles! He was dominant in this area until a wild flanged male named Krikil recently took dominance. Critically endangered, this species consumes over 317 different food sources, making them key seed dispensers - a role that is crucial for sustaining a thriving forest ecosystem. . . . . .

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is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history . The ranks, for the first time at this scale, the 5 direct drivers of change in with the largest global impact. So what are the culprits behind nature's destruction? . . . . . . . .

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The Report identifies changes in land and sea use as the most significant direct driver of changes in nature. To halt and reverse loss and the degradation of nature, we need more sustainable practices and food systems. . . . .

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After 156,000 hours (17 years) of combined voluntary work from @IPBES_ experts" - 2038742921127118169
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A historical moment captured in a photo. After 156,000 hours (17 years) of combined voluntary work from @IPBES_ experts, Sir Bob Watson gavels down the first intergovernmental Report on and Services at . . . . Photo credit: IISD, Diego Noguera

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At 1 pm (CET) the key findings of the ⁣ - the definitive global synthesis of the state of , ecosystems and 's contributions to people - will be launched via live webcast. ⁣ 📹: Watch here: bit.ly/IPBESWebcast

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The lights play on the last night before the media launch of the report. The definitive global synthesis of the state of , ecosystems and 's contributions to people is the first such report since 2005, and the first ever that is inter-governmental. The Summary for Policymakers will be launched Monday 1 PM in and worldwide via live on bit.ly/IPBESWebcast • • • (Thanks for the Video: @nicolas_titeux/Twitter)

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130+ member states approved the Summary for Policymakers of the ⁣7 of and Ecosystem services. The report examines the causes of biodiversity and ecosystem change and the implications for people around the world, as well as providing potential policy options and likely future pathways. It lays ground for the inspiring youth to take responsible action. @gretathunberg@Israhirsi@lillys_plastic_pickup@bellalack@mickey_nadia@jamie_s_margolin jacksonhinklle @Luisaneubauer@alexandriav2005@climateactivist@sustainably_vegan@robertirwinphotography@unenvironment

 image by IPBES (@ipbes_) with caption : "France is home to almost 1,000 different species of wild bee, among them are fifty bumblebee species. Pollinating insect" - 2036984032797861041
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France is home to almost 1,000 different species of wild bee, among them are fifty bumblebee species. Pollinating insects play a crucial role in our agricultural systems, and underpin the food security and livelihoods of communities around the world, including many here in France. Changes in land use, intensive agricultural practices, invasive species and climate change all threaten the health of these vital pollinators. • • • @min_ecologie@g7

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As the Summary for Policymakers of the IPBES⁣ of and Ecosystem services and the individual chapters of the Assessment are officially approved at in , 🇫🇷 -> our team is ready now for happy and to enjoy this wonderful city. ○ ○ for @min_ecologie

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Six out of the world’s seven marine turtle species can be found in French waters, and turtles are found throughout France’s 10.2 million square kilometres of marine territory; indeed, it is easier to list the French territories where marine turtles are not found. Turtles have roamed the oceans for over 110 million years, and have adapted to many changes in their environment, but they may not survive the profound changes we are having on the world’s oceans. France's sprawling marine territory allows it to play an important role in protecting the planet’s turtle populations. @min_ecologie

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Hunting, trapping and loss of habitat caused otters to almost completely disappear from France. The population collapsed from almost 50,000 at the beginning of the twentieth century, to barely 1,500 in 1980. Now, its status as a protected species, combined with clean-up of French rivers, provides hope for French otters, whose populations are beginning to show signs of recovery. . . . .

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Merci for a wonderful first day of !