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Stuart Pimm said: “Our models show that populations with fewer than 30 individuals have, under a best-case scenario, a one in five chance of going extinct in 100 years on average. Some may not be that lucky,” External link

scienceblog Thursday, July 29, 2021 10:44:00 PM CEST

Sophia Lim said: “Collaboration between government, non-governmental organisations, corporate partners and local communities have already reduced poaching in Malaysia’s Belum Temengor Forest Complex. We now need to scale this up across the country and match it with strong political will and investment,” External link

miragenews Thursday, July 29, 2021 5:14:00 PM CEST

Ginette Hemley said: “As we have found in the countries where tigers are recovering, political commitment is perhaps the most important ingredient in successful tiger conservation,” External link

miragenews Thursday, July 29, 2021 5:14:00 PM CEST

Susan Aitken said: "With almost half a year remaining, we will already have used up our quota of the Earth's biological resources for 2021," External link

ecowatch Thursday, July 29, 2021 4:44:00 PM CEST

Steve Winter detto: “Non abbiamo motivo di usare parti del corpo di una specie in pericolo” External link

nationalgeographic-it Thursday, July 29, 2021 10:32:00 AM CEST

Thomas Gray said: “Possible reintroduction into Southeast Asia countries which have lost tigers, such as Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos, may be a longer-term process. But it is certainly possible if large landscapes can be secured, protected from hunting, and prey populations recover. The Cardamom Rainforest Landscape and the Eastern Plains Landscape in Cambodia both have real potential for this,” External link

mongabay Thursday, July 29, 2021 9:46:00 AM CEST

Elise Zipkin said: “Almost all of those data were not collected by professional scientists and that is really, really cool,” “There is no group of scientists out there that could collect all the data that we needed. But these volunteers go out every year and record data in a very structured way. That’s the only way we could do this analysis” External link

geneticliteracyproject Thursday, July 29, 2021 6:21:00 AM CEST

Elise Zipkin said: “We’re talking about three countries that this is directly affecting: the U.S., Canada and Mexico. It’s not something that we have to do alone,” External link

geneticliteracyproject Thursday, July 29, 2021 6:21:00 AM CEST

Elise Zipkin asked: “You need those kinds of partnerships. You need people with different expertise. We showed that’s how we can figure out what’s going on with monarchs. Now, what can we do with conservation?” External link

geneticliteracyproject Thursday, July 29, 2021 6:21:00 AM CEST

Elise Zipkin tells: “Unless more data become available somewhere, it’s impossible to say with certainty what caused the decline during that earlier time period,” External link

smithsonianmag Thursday, July 29, 2021 12:28:00 AM CEST

Jeff Martin said: “Our No. 1 objective is to do right by our partners, by our customers and by the environment,” External link

wateronline Wednesday, July 28, 2021 9:49:00 PM CEST

Jeff Martin said: “The Gross Reservoir Expansion Project will not be judged by whether it is completed,” External link

wateronline Wednesday, July 28, 2021 9:49:00 PM CEST

Mr Jackson said: "In both extremes, the lions are affected because the prey moves to other areas for pastures, leaving buffaloes and elephants, hence the struggle to kill the buffaloes," External link

allafrica Wednesday, July 28, 2021 3:17:00 PM CEST

Paul Gathitu said: “It came back to the park near Multimedia University College and a report was made at 10 o’clock,” External link

kenyamoja Wednesday, July 28, 2021 10:06:00 AM CEST

Japheth Koome said: “The herders were illegally in the park when the attack occurred and most of the man’s body was eaten by the lions,” External link

kenyamoja Wednesday, July 28, 2021 10:06:00 AM CEST

Elise Zipkin said: “Almost all of those data were not collected by professional scientists and that is really, really cool,” “There is no group of scientists out there that could collect all the data that we needed. But these volunteers go out every year and record data in a very structured way. That’s the only way we could do this analysis” External link

farmersadvance Wednesday, July 28, 2021 8:06:00 AM CEST

Elise Zipkin said: “We’re talking about three countries that this is directly affecting: the U.S., Canada and Mexico. It’s not something that we have to do alone,” External link

farmersadvance Wednesday, July 28, 2021 8:06:00 AM CEST

Elise Zipkin asked: “You need those kinds of partnerships. You need people with different expertise. We showed that’s how we can figure out what’s going on with monarchs. Now, what can we do with conservation?” External link

farmersadvance Wednesday, July 28, 2021 8:06:00 AM CEST

Céline Tellier said: “By signing the High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People, Belgium commits to work with its EU partners and partners in third countries to build knowledge and capacity to halt the further loss of biodiversity and of ecosystems worldwide,” External link

brusselstimes Wednesday, July 28, 2021 12:04:00 AM CEST

Solomon David said: "European colonists heavily influenced what fishes were more valuable, often the species that looked more similar to what they're used to," "So trout, bass and salmon got their value while many other native species got pushed to the wayside" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, July 27, 2021 6:54:00 PM CEST

Solomon David said: "We have a chance to redirect fisheries science and conservation and expand it with respect for biodiversity and diversity," "It's been a long time coming. Change is slow, but we have an opportunity here, and we should take advantage of it" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, July 27, 2021 6:54:00 PM CEST

Doug Stotz said: “This is better than when they were down at their bottom,” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Doug Stotz said: “So that's what the monarch plan is all about, is trying to increase the breeding habitat in Illinois, as part of a plan to do that across the country,” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Doug Stotz said: “Monarchs are an organism where the city actually can matter,” “We can make a huge difference by getting milkweeds and native flowering plants into city gardens, city parks, vacant lots, all sorts of places where we can grow habitat” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Doug Stotz said: “But certainly we see more and more people doing native plantings,” “Another big factor is the presence of any native wildflowers. Because the adults need nectar resources. And it does seem like the fall migration south, those nectar resources are an important piece of the story” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Марк Джонстон said: “The plan is to do some scenarios where we kind of estimate how much could we fit in agriculture, how much could we fit in urban? What looks realistic?” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Марк Джонстон said: “There were some neighborhoods that were kind of hot spots, where you'd see a lot. And other neighborhoods where it hasn't caught on yet,” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Doug Stotz said: “Because it's not just about monarchs,” “It's about all sorts of pollinators” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Doug Stotz said: “It has the potential to essentially require landowners to do things for monarchs that they'd rather have it be voluntary that they do,” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Tara Cornelisse said: “So the story just keeps getting worse, and then of course there's climate change on top of it all,” External link

qnewshub Tuesday, July 27, 2021 12:30:00 PM CEST

Alessandra Loria explique: "À long terme, une augmentation soutenue de la masse anthropique entraînerait la perte d'habitat par dislocation physique et l'altération des habitats, comme la contamination par des polluants résultant de la production et de l'élimination de la masse anthropique" External link

bbc-french-africa Sunday, July 25, 2021 8:01:00 PM CEST

Andrew Bladon said: “Butterfly species that aren't very good at controlling their temperature with small behavioural changes, but rely on choosing a micro-habitat at the right temperature, are likely to suffer the most from and habitat loss ,” External link

qnewshub Sunday, July 25, 2021 5:08:00 PM CEST

Andrew Bladon said: “I like to think of butterflies as the gateway drug. If we can get people involved in butterfly conservation, that's the first step to getting them to care about insects more broadly” External link

qnewshub Sunday, July 25, 2021 5:08:00 PM CEST

Guy Harvey said: “If we don’t protect all marine and aquatic resources, from mangroves to coral reefs to the deep sea, they’re all gone. Otherwise, goodbye ICAST, we need a better conservation program,” External link

floridanewstimes Saturday, July 24, 2021 4:45:00 PM CEST

Jane Memmott says: “The general public know about honey; they know it comes from a bee. I think for most people, that’s it. That’s bees,” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Andrew Whitehouse says: “Honeybees are not in decline; they are probably the most numerous bee on the planet,” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Andrew Whitehouse adds: “Our wild pollinators are in serious trouble. Across the board we are seeing a loss of the abundance and the diversity of pollinating insects,” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Phil Stevenson says: “Bees are a rather strange organism in that the greatest diversity is in the temperate zones,” “With almost every other creature, you have got this peak of diversity in the tropics where it’s warm, wet and highly diverse. Bees are more adapted to more temperate climates, so the greatest diversity is in the belts across Europe and North America” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Jane Memmott says: “It’s climate change; it’s lack of floral resources in the countryside. We have lost a third of the nectar in the countryside since the 1950s. There are diseases, there is habitat loss, there are pesticides,” “All of these things don’t act in isolation either: if you haven’t got enough food you are probably more likely to catch diseases because your immune system isn’t as competent” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Jane Memmott says: “We did a big project where we asked how do cities compare with farmland and nature reserves, and actually on average there are more bee species in cities than there are in the surrounding farmlands,” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Andrew Whitehouse says: “There is a lot of scientific literature that shows urban areas are really important in supporting the abundance of wild pollinators and especially some of those more generalist species,” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Andrew Whitehouse adds: “We know the main reason our native pollinators are in decline is a lack of wildflowers in our countrysides and urban areas. To increase the competition for that limited resource puts a huge amount of pressure on the wild pollinators. That means that the populations of those wild pollinators are reduced, you have less abundance and less diversity” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

Jane Memmott says: “It’s a question of all things in moderation,” External link

guardian Saturday, July 24, 2021 12:51:00 PM CEST

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