These 4 cities are encouraging people to protect biodiversity. Here’s how

From protecting dead trees to logging data, 4 cities show how they’re monitoring and boosting biodiversity. Image: Unsplash/ Tomas Sobek

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More conservation efforts are needed to slow global biodiversity loss.
More conservation efforts are needed to slow global biodiversity loss. Image: Our World In Data.

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Birds’ nests in tree cavities contribute about a fifth of the total nests in nature parks in Montreal. Image: Unsplash.


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