Dried plants and flowers, together with artificial intelligence, are helping predict climate change impacts.
Increasing protected areas could lead to up to US$454 billion a year globally by 2050, says a report.
Climate change could suddenly cause biodiversity loss as early as 2030, a study predicts.
Fast-spreading, invasive waterweed that threatens biodiversity could strangle livelihoods in Southern Africa.
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