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biodiversity

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Light pollution resulting from progressive urbanization is a very serious disturbance of natural processes in ecosystems. It disrupts the circadian and reproductive cycle of animals, significantly influences their migration and orientation in the field.

11 August 2020

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In 2017, international organization Rewilding Europe in cooperation with ARK Nature proposed a new approach to the protection of scavengers and biodiversity of European landscapes.

11 August 2020

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Water pollution is a great threat to human health and biodiversity itself. In addition to (certainly necessary) system solutions on a large scale, good water condition can also be ensured from the bottom up – for example, by building floating treatment wetlands.

1 July 2020

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The well-kept, perfectly trimmed lawn has become a symbol of the modern urban landscape. Today, lawns occupy about 70% of green spaces in cities [1]. With the increase in social ecological sensitivity, however, this paradigm begins to break and we start to question the legitimacy of mowing grass.

15 June 2020

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Noise pollution poses a growing, though paradoxically invisible, threat. Its effects are already felt both on land and in the oceans. The consequences of the growing noise affect people as well as the rest of nature.

16 March 2020

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For several months, Australian forests have been constantly consumed by fires. It would seem that this is nothing new – fires on this continent occur cyclically. What’s more – they are part of the natural rhythm of Australian nature.

14 January 2020

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Light pollution, alongside the development of human habitats, is becoming an increasingly serious ecological threat. Such a huge amount of artificial light that we emit at night – especially in and around cities – is extremely dangerous to biodiversity.

14 January 2020

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Every year, more and more cities declare their willingness to protect and naturally nurture urban biodiversity. In the autumn-winter period, fallen leaves are one of the key issues of urban ecology. To rake or not to rake?

19 November 2019

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Who are pilot whales, anyway? Well, they are extremely social and communicative marine mammals of the Delphinidae family.

19 September 2019

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While drinking morning coffee, hardly anyone wonders what path it had to travel to reach our homes, cafes and workplaces. However, if we want to live ethically and limit the negative impact on the planet – it is worth devoting a moment to this issue.

20 August 2019

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The Russian taiga has been burning constantly for several months now. Fires in Siberia occur every year, but never before on such a large scale. The fire has already consumed several million hectares of forests.

20 August 2019

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Feral cats in Australia have recently been a hot topic. The problem became more prominent in 2015, when the Australian government decided to take urgent steps to combat this, probably the biggest, threat to the native fauna.

19 August 2019

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There is a monster sleeping lightly at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. He has been sleeping for over 70 years now and can wake up at any time. Respect should be felt for him – he has the power to sweep away all life from the Baltic Sea for hundreds of years.

16 August 2019

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Although they’re not even closely fruits (as many languages used to call them), the small creatures drawn from the seas and oceans are witnessing growing popularity of foodies around the world.

18 July 2019

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Among all of the Sustainable Development Goals, Goal 15 is probably the most pro-ecological one. It calls on the Member States to “sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, halt biodiversity loss”.

18 July 2019

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Earth’s oceans are crucial to sustain all life on our planet – including, of course, ourselves. They ultimately regulate weather, rainfalls, provide drinking water and oxygen.

18 July 2019

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What comes to your mind when you hear the term ‘pests’? Starlings? Rats? Snails? Potato beetles, moths, aphids? Depending on the perspective, probably something different to each of you.

24 June 2019

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The cultivation on African oil palm, or Elaeis guineensis to be precise, arised lots of controversies in the last few years. Rightly so – on the one hand, it drives local economy while on the second it devastates ecosystems and exploit people.

20 May 2019

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In the 21st century, we can no longer ignore the problem and turn our eyes on “eco terrorist’s fabrications” – we know without a doubt that we have a serious problem with overproduction. Or rather, bad distribution and management and unreflective consumerism.

18 May 2019

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