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Carbon pricing is becoming the norm for big companies

The number of companies using internal carbon pricing to assess and control the carbon impact of their operations has jumped eightfold in the last four years, according to new research from CDP, driven by the rollout of carbon trading schemes in states and countries around the world.

Beyond biodiversity: A new way of looking at how species interconnect

In a development that has important implications for conservation, scientists are increasingly focusing not just on what species are present in an ecosystem ....

The dark side of digitally tracking endangered species

In the arid far-western region of South Africa is a vast flatland covered with white quartzite gravel known as the Knersvlakte — Afrikaans for "Gnashing Plain" — because it sounds like grinding teeth when you walk across it.