World’ Scientists Warning to Humanity: A 2nd notice – We are part of this global movement to prevent catastrophic damage to the biosphere

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We are amongst the 15,000 scientists from around the world who have come together to sign and support an unprecedented “warning to humanity”. By assessing the risks facing humans today, we show that little progress has been made for the last 25 years and that the Earth may soon be at its breaking point when irreversible damage will be done to our planet.

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Thursday, September 6th 2018

OCT at the Animal Intelligence Université d'été

Acknowledging and building upon the holistic vision that indigenous local communities have of their environment is key to achieving conservation objectives. OCT co-founder Dr Julie Garnier presented a talk on animal intelligence through this integrated vision at the Université d'Et&ea… Full Story...
Wednesday, January 17th 2018

Massive die-off of 200,000 saiga antelope in Kazakhstan likely to be associated with changing climate.

After the tragic die-off of more than 200,000 saiga antelopes 3 years ago in Kazakhstan, Prof. R. Kock and a multi-disciplinary team of scientists diagnosed fatal hemorrhagic septicemia, or fatal blood poisoning caused by Pasteurella multocida type B bacteria. Statistical modeling suggests that hig… Full Story...

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