Their answers are terrifying.
"The more we look, the more species we find."
A yearly investment of about US$3 to US$5 million in public international research would be enough to address most of the
There's a flipside, however. It can be argued, with solid data, that intensive animal agriculture itself threatens food production
16 percent. "We haven't seen many extinctions yet, and I think that's because we're still in the area where climate is [playing
Most conservation practitioners would rather spend the next dollar raised on reducing threats than monitoring the effectiveness of their actions. Not surprisingly, few have ever attempted to gather scientifically credible data on any of the numerous exhaustive lists of indicators.
I can live with rabbits in my garden, even if I don't like them. Let's do all we can to people whose homes are in or around national parks and protected areas, to live with wildlife that they would likewise prefer to live without.
He confesses that he suffers from a "mild arachnophobia" -- so much so that he was unable to cope with and preserve a large and colorful orb spider that he had acquired with some difficulty, and instead simply opened the plastic bag and released it back into the wild.
Martin Montgomery is member of the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California who, along with the dedicated commitment of Brandi
Two schools of thought -- sometimes working in unison and sometimes at odds with each other -- have driven much of the environmental movement in the United States over the past 100+ years.
It is customary during Tu B'Shevat to eat a new fruit, or to eat one of the Seven Species mentioned in the Bible. Being that it is the New Year for trees, I thought it would be the perfect time to make a "tree" resolution. So, mine is to introduce a new fruit or vegetable at least once a month to my kids.