Here is some media coverage associated with our research activity, with examples of contributions authored or edited by us, as well as external press releases and blogs.


Per avere risultati duraturi e significativi nella conservazione della biodiversità basterebbe una gestione integrata del 30% di territori strategici. Azioni coordinate in questi hotspot potrebbero salvaguardare [...]


On 25 and 26 March 2021, the Monumental Hall of Palazzo Chigi hosted the Second Health Working Group Meeting of the G20 under the Italian Presidency.[...]


Relationships between Environmental Risk (With a Focus on Biodiversity) and the Risk to Human Health, Wealth, and Societies   [Video link]

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Interview as part of the documentary series "Deal for Future" [See video, in ITALIAN]

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Young Researchers Prize for Environment, from the Italian orgnisation "Scienza in Rete"  [...]


A major study co-authored by researchers at more than 40 institutes and NGOs around the world has identified key combined actions needed to reverse biodiversity loss. [...]


I was featured in the first 2020 episode of the TV show "Indovina chi viene a cena" dedicated to the links between biodiversity loss and pandemic risk [video]


ROMA – Negli ultimi 20 anni una serie dI virus e infezioni hanno messo a dura prova i sistemi sanitari ed economici globali. Eppure quando si fa pianificazione  [...]


A new study of the Department of Biology and Biotechnology "Charles Darwin" of Sapienza University, published on Nature Communications, assessed [...]


Read over 30 news and blog articles about my paper on "Wilderness areas halve the extinction risk of terrestrial biodiversity" [...]


In our Nature paper my co-authors and I addressed a simple yet important question: what role do wilderness areas play in mitigating the global extinction crisis? Finding an answer was not that simple [...]


Che l’Italia non sia esattamente un Paese per giovani lo dicono i dati, pessimi, e le analisi che li accompagnano. Eppure, l’universo under 40 è pieno di talento e di storie da raccontare. [...]


While species declines and extinctions can occur due to one threat, it is the interactions of several operating threats that amplifies risk. Everyone's contribution is critical if we want to stand a chance at winning the battle against climate change and species extinction.[...]


Human impacts are the biggest risk factor in the possible extinction of a quarter of all land-based mammals, according to a new study.[...]


In our recent paper my co-authors and I explore the relationship between changing human pressure and changing extinction risk in the world's terrestrial mammals.[...]


Habitat destruction and climate change are two of the greatest threats to life on Earth. Tackling these threats requires the protection of habitat in biologically diverse areas, as well as preservation and restoration of areas with high carbon stocks. It would therefore be very convenient if high carbon stock areas also tended to be highly biologically diverse.  [...]


A TIGER pads into a reserve village in the Pilibhit region on the Indian Nepalese border searching for food. Villagers panic and hide inside their homes; several people have been killed in the past year. Eventually the tiger is tranquilised and returned to nearby forest.[...]


From the local to the global scale, conservation decisions are heavily influenced by the knowledge of where species are found. Maps of the geographic range of species (or simply ‘range maps’) are typically used to determine the overlap between threatened species and protected areas, and to find new places in need of protection.[...]


A special issue of Conservation Letters In December 2016, Conservation Letters released its first special issue with the theme of ‘Achieving the targets of global biodiversity conventions’. The issue was spearheaded by members of CEED and the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science (CBCS), specifically Moreno Di Marco, James Watson, Oscar Venter, and Hugh Possingham. [...]


Dal 1993 a oggi distrutti 3,3 milioni di chilometri quadrati. Un team australiano fa la mappa della wilderness cancellata dal Pianeta e di quella che ancora resiste. [...]


Amid efforts to reduce the loss of global biodiversity, a new study discusses how synergies and trade-offs between different conservation objectives should be researched and recognised in policy making. For example, by increasing protected areas, habitat loss and species decline could also be prevented. [...]