Wildlife Guide National Wildlife Federation

Learn about our nation’s wildlife, the threats they face, and the conservation efforts that can help.
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IMPACT - World Overpopulation Awareness The human impact on natural ecosystems has reached dangerous levels, even significantly altering the Earth's basic chemical cycles, says a new report, World Resources 2000-2001: People and Ecosystems, The Fraying Web of Life.

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OCEAN PLASTICS POLLUTION - THE PLASTIC PROBLEM. We're surrounded by plastic. It’s in the single-use packaging we discard, the consumer goods that fill our stores, and in our clothing, which sheds microplastic fibers in the wash.

Wildlife Guide National Wildlife Federation

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Wildlife of Brazil - Wikipedia The wildlife of Brazil comprises all naturally occurring animals, fungi and plants in the South American country. Home to 60% of the Amazon Rainforest, which accounts for approximately one-tenth of all species in the world, Brazil is considered to have the greatest biodiversity of any country on the.

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BLACK POPLAR BAP - Greater Manchester Biodiversity Project NATIVE BLACK POPLAR (Populus nigra subsp betulifolia) BIODIVERSITY ACTION PLAN FOR GREATER MANCHESTER DESCRIPTION General Ecology Native black poplars in the wild are usually found in wet areas and floodplains,

Wildlife Guide National Wildlife Federation

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ActionBioscience - promoting bioscience literacy examines bioscience issues in biodiversity, environment, genomics, biotechnology, evolution, new frontiers in the sciences, and education. Includes peer-reviewed articles, class lessons, and educator resources

Wildlife Guide National Wildlife Federation

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Biodiversity - Wikipedia Biodiversity is not evenly distributed, rather it varies greatly across the globe as well as within regions. Among other factors, the diversity of all living things depends on temperature, precipitation, altitude, soils, geography and the presence of other species.

Wildlife Guide National Wildlife Federation

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Bonobos BCBI - Bonobo and Congo Biodiversity Initiative. Bonobos are confined geographically to a region in DRC known as the Central Congo Basin (Cuvette Centrale), situated south and east of the Congo River, west of the Lualaba River, and north of the Kasai-Sankuru River.

Wildlife Guide National Wildlife Federation

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Health and climate change: policy responses to protect. The Lancet Commissions Vol 386 November 7, 2015 1863 The Commission represents a collaboration between European and Chinese climate scientists and geographers,

Wildlife Guide National Wildlife Federation

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6. What actions can be taken to conserve biodiversity? Biodiversity loss is driven by local, regional, and global factors, so responses are also needed at all scales. Responses need to acknowledge multiple stakeholders with different needs.