Instead of paying $150,000 for stolen archives, the rock group released them to raise money for Extinction Rebellion.
Saving plants and animals from extinction isn't just our duty, it's our salvation.
The Defenders of Wildlife CEO called the decision to scrap the Obama-era policy “an insult to our national wildlife refuges and the wildlife that rely on them.”
The extinction crisis has “grave and far-reaching implications for human well-being,” writes law professor John Knox.
According to the latest estimates, 60% of species are endangered due to human activities and 75% of all primate populations
Roni Bintang/Reuters The drainage of Asia's wetlands presents a further set of dangers, particularly due to their importance
Braybrook and others note the success of the last few years on mainstreaming biodiversity but also say the movement has a
This argument was not limited to small island states. Several other countries such as South Africa pledged to expand protection
Reversing the drastic decline in biodiversity is the most important goal for sustainable development. Biodiversity is the collection of species and the environment in which they inhabit. Biodiversity is the life in an ecosystem.
Back in 1992, governments agreed to conserve and fairly share the global biodiversity we all depend on. Since then, 196 countries
Benedicto H. Ntibikema, Rural Community Adaptation to Climate Change, Kasulu, Tanzania. Trainings in sustainable farming
According to the 2016 Living Planet Report which WWF published last week, freshwater species may be following the fate of
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These changes are upsetting the delicate balance of the river. The Mekong fish depend on the ecological cues that the natural
Are feral cats nothing more than a zombie apocalypse for biodiversity?
Much of that loss is caused by the most traditional of farming practices: plowing. Tillage can leave soil stripped and highly
This world is an awesome place but it needs fresh eyes to defend it.
If we want to save species, stop deforestation, and preserve nature for the good of biodiversity and humans, there's one thing we've got to get right above all else: where and how we produce food.
Meghan Freebeck, The Academy by Simply the Basics, San Francisco, California, USA. Core life skills courses address specific