Wildlife traditionally refers to undomesticated animal species, but has come to include all organisms that grow or live wild in an area without being introduced by humans. Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems. Deserts, forests, rainforests, plains, grasslands, and other areas, including the most developed urban areas, all have distinct forms of wildlife. While the term in popular culture usually refers to animals that are untouched by human factors, most scientists agree that much wildlife is affected by human activities.Humans have historically tended to separate civilization from wildlife in a number of ways, including the legal, social, and moral …



WRI: World Resources Institute · 7 October 2023

This paper discusses WRI’s experience working in Mexico City to understand the results of its deep engagement work in the city, starting as the Center for Sustainable Transportation (Centro de …

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Oxfam International · 29 September 2023 English

This briefing paper presents findings from Oxfam's recently commissioned research on climate predictions for 2040 and 2050 in the Middle East, the Horn, East and Central Africa (HECA), West Africa …

water supply, causing harm both to people and wildlife. Increased river discharge, as projected in three

Western Australian Local Government Association · 29 September 2023 English

Effects, i.e., increased exposure to: • Traffic, • Increased grazing pressure (livestock, ferals and wildlife), • Light, • Loss of species • Wate. [...] Analysis of reserves in the Wheatbelt by Parsons and

the vegetation in the road reserve acts as a wildlife highway, enabling animal movement between large Increased grazing pressure (livestock, ferals and wildlife), • Light, • Loss of species • Water, • Impaired

Amnesty International · 28 September 2023 English

Responding to the three-year jail sentence handed down to Vietnamese climate activist Hoang Thi Minh Hong on Thursday, 28 September on tax evasion charges, Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional Director for …

advocating and campaigning for clean energy and wildlife conservation. If Viet Nam is serious about tackling

Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 28 September 2023 English

1. Presale link for the new Coleman Hughes book. 2. The Fish and Wildlife Service constraint on SpaceX. 3. “Proprietor Israel Mizrahi is quite familiar with the shocked look on your face.” 4. Branko here

World Bank Group · 28 September 2023 English

agglos of 54 m2 Loss of vegetation cover and wildlife habitats: the completion of the project could result is a reduction in vegetation cover and wildlife habitat. Weak the production of waste (solid cover and soil degradation Weak Disturbance of wildlife biodiversity in forest ecosystems Weak Acquisition Biodiversity (vegetation cover, Disturbance of wildlife biodiversity) AFOR integrates into the contractual 65-255 of 4 August 1965 on the protection of wildlife and the exercise of hunting; Page 29 of 82

Nordic Co-operation | Nordic Council & Nordic Council of Ministers · 28 September 2023 English

Release of small plastic items, known as Acute Plastic Pollution (APP) in the environment. What is it and what can it cause? For understanding, the Nordic Council of Ministers commissioned …

the pollution had not caused direct harm to the wildlife (Kystverket 2022a). In June 2020, during a Norwegian

World Bank Group · 28 September 2023 English

Wetland of International Importance) and the total Wildlife Reserve of Dialakoro. Additionally, there are Site, Wetland of International Importance and a Wildlife Reserve). A.2 Social Risk Rating Substantial

World Bank Group · 28 September 2023 French

resources Protection of biodiversity (fauna, wildlife habitats, flora, etc.) in particular aquatic resources Preservation of biodiversity (fauna, wildlife habitats, flora, ecosystems) and living natural resources Preservation of biodiversity (fauna, wildlife habitats, flora, ecosystems) and living natural ecosystems (A, B & C); • Risk of wildlife disturbance and destruction of wildlife habitats (A, B & C); • Rupture

World Bank Group · 28 September 2023 English

Print ers for Department of Nation al Parks and Wildlife- MOTA IDA / 63980 Component 1: Promoting Div ersified Handhel d GPS for Department of Nati onal Parks and Wildlife (MOT A) IDA / 63980 Component 1: Promoting Div National Park- Department of National Parks and Wildlife IDA / 63980 Component 2: Management of Community

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