As suppliers of metal and mineral resources for the burgeoning demands of society, the prospecting and extractive activities of mining companies can impact in remote, relatively pristine environments with the […]
I have added a new resource page to bioDiverse, starting with links to some of the most influential reports at the science-policy interface.
The Integrated Habitats Design Competition. Urban sprawl has had an enormous impact on biodiversity as cities have grown in the world’s most fertile places, often on the flood-planes of the greatest rivers, once […]
Natural History Museums in a changing world Natural History Museums are hybrid institutions; they study and profess to be authorities on the natural world, they are also popular, much loved […]
Governments have to stop thinking about biodiversity protection as loss but as an investment to ensure long-term stability Robert Bloomfield First printed in the Guardian Newspaper, Wednesday 29 September 2010 In […]
Our biggest ally will be lost if we do not protect and enhance biodiversity in forests and other systems Robert Bloomfield First printed in the Guardian Newspaper, Sunday 26 December […]
A key underlying question in biodiversity management is how the Politicians and Scientists at global and national levels engage with the people on the ground. Biodiversity is everywhere and is affected by many […]