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Figure caption: A fence-line in a degraded watershed in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. On the right of the fence is degraded thicket vegetation. On the left is restored thicket. Compared with the degraded thicket, the restored thicket:

The under appreciated value of secondary forest for carbon and biodiversity

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The clearing of primary forest for agriculture, urban expansion and industrialisation has increased across the tropics. In addition, marginal agricultural lands are being abandoned as communities seek more lucrative careers...
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Figure caption: A fence-line in a degraded watershed in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. On the right of the fence is degraded thicket vegetation. On the left is restored thicket. Compared with the degraded thicket, the restored thicket:

A promising new technique for coral reef rehabilitation

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Coral reefs are highly productive systems which form the cornerstone of livelihoods for coastal communities around the world. In Southeast-Asia the potential sustainable economic benefits from coral reefs amount to...
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Figure caption: A fence-line in a degraded watershed in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. On the right of the fence is degraded thicket vegetation. On the left is restored thicket. Compared with the degraded thicket, the restored thicket:

A new generation of apps is needed to change the course of history

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Humanity currently faces a crossroads[1]. In one direction, our planet warms beyond 1.5 degrees Celsius. In the other direction, our politicians, economists and scientists collaborate and innovate intensely to avert...
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