conservation

Some Corals Are Adapting to Global Warming. Some Aren’t.

WCS coral expert finds that some reefs were less sensitive to warming water over time...

Read More

Stop Playing God! The Downside to Resurrecting Extinct Species

Resurrecting extinct species might come at a terrible cost ...

Read More

Survival International Photo Competition

Call for entries to Survival International's competition for images showing tribal peoples in their natural environment...

Read More

Cutting Trees to Save Trees. A Central Africa Paradox

Risk of tree species disappearing in central Africa 'a major concern,' say researchers ...

Read More

Don’t Tell the Japanese. New Ways of Tracking Blue Whales

New forecast tool helps ships avoid blue whale hotspots ...

Read More

Seismic Surveys Stop Sea Turtles Shagging

Marine airgun noise could cause turtle trauma ...

Read More

Horny by name, not by nature. Breeding the Colorado Bighorn

The health of Colorado's bighorn sheep population remains as precarious as the steep alpine terrain the animals inhabit...

Read More

Meet the Deepwater Goby Fish that Science Missed

By thoroughly investigating reef ecosystems that lie just below shallow coral reefs, describing new species, documenting depth ranges of new and known species, we are providing the baseline...

Read More

Drop that Glowstick! Light Pollution Threatens Balearic Birds

n ecological reason for Ibiza clubbers to ditch the ubiquitous LED bikini. At last. Could someone please come up with a convincing environmental argument against the police helmet/speedos...

Read More

What costs more than gold, diamonds or drugs?

Rhinoceros horn is more valuable by weight than gold, diamonds or cocaine, fuelling an extinction drive that may be unstoppable....

Read More

Shut Down Ivory Markets to Save Wildlife

The message is simple: to save elephants, all ivory markets must close and all ivory stockpiles must be destroyed...

Read More

Our weekly newsletter

Sign up to get updates on articles, interviews and events.