It is now widely accepted that leaving dead wood in forests benefits many species, but leaving carcasses is still taboo. This, along with concerns about the spread of disease, means there has historically been little research on how carrion returns nutrients to ecosystems. Frank says: “We’ve been focusing on animals when they’re alive, where they go, and where are they moving. I don’t know if it’s something about mortality, culturally, from the western perspective, that we’re a little bit averse to. I think people are now kind of warming up to cold bodies, at least in wildlife research. Everything is connected, and circular.” … [Read more...] about ‘Landscape of fear’: what a mass of rotting reindeer carcasses taught scientists
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“Like in the Covid pandemic, timing is critical to prevent devastation. If you wait until you already have a serious problem, then it is too late. Unlike with corona, sea-level rise cannot be stopped for many centuries or even millennia once ice sheets have been destabilised past their tipping points,” Rahmstorf said. … [Read more...] about Sea levels could rise more than a metre by 2100, experts say
Andreotti says: “You cannot protect the predator without protecting its food. Sharks are not sardines. They are very slow to reproduce. You can fish but you have to do it in a sustainable way. That will be less profitable in the short term but will not crash the entire environment and the industry.” … [Read more...] about Great white vanishing act: where have South Africa’s famous sharks gone?
Variety reports that Shaft is claiming he orchestrated the rapper's relationship with VH1, who broadcast Love & Hip Hop, while developing her music career and putting her in contact with lots of big players in the music business. … [Read more...] about Cardi B ‘sued by former manager for $10M’ claiming he discovered star and orchestrated her massive succes
He said: “The 2017 movie Battle of the Sexes portrays representatives of the 1970s world tennis authorities trying to justify vastly different levels of prize money by claiming that men’s play was more exciting and better to watch. The authorities at Wimbledon make no such claims to justify their own inequitable system, insisting that they value fairness and do not intentionally favour the men. … [Read more...] about Wimbledon ‘has made no progress’ on male bias on top show courts