Julia Marton-Lefèvre

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2010 IS THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF BIODIVERSITY, IN RECOGNITION OF LIFE ON EARTH. EIGHT years ago, more than 190 countries agreed, through the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, to reduce biodiversity loss by 2010. This October, the Convention will meet in Nagoya, Japan, to evaluate progress and agree on new biodiversity targets for the(More)
31 OCTOBER 2014 • VOL 346 ISSUE 6209 525 W hen we think of nature in 2014, chances are that protected areas come to mind: Amazonian rainforests teeming with wildlife, the sweeping plains of the Serengeti, or an Alpine lake surrounded by glaciers. But the world’s protected areas are at a crossroads, and next month, when the International Union for(More)
We welcome debate about the ethics of science prompted by the language of some of the hacked e-mails from the UK Climatic Research Unit (Nature 462, 545; 2009). Rightly or not, this has created concerns about the scientific process. But it is critical to point out that no grounds have arisen to doubt the validity of the thermometer-based temperature record(More)
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