Teenagers have been removing invasive plants and protecting endangered species around the United States this summer, in a program run by The Nature Conservancy – a non-profit environmental group.
Butterflies returned to the skies last year with four-fifths of British species increasing after the worst summer on record, but overall numbers were still well below average.
Look Who’s Helping Olive Ridley – Inter Press Service. When Olive Ridley sea turtles nest on the beach in his village, little Warthy Raju can barely wait for the millions […]
In April, Avalon Theisen, 11, organized Tampa, Florida’s “Save the Frogs Day” event. This year we created something that I don’t think had ever been done before,” Avalon says. “We […]
Virtual mapping has become a vital tool in forest conservation, allowing the public to see where deforestation is occurring. In Indonesia, several environmental organizations are leading efforts with new technology […]
June 5 is World Environment Day, begun by the United Nations 40 years ago to celebrate positive environmental action. This year’s host country for World Environment Day is Brazil, which […]
Eight Cross River gorillas traveling across a forest path were filmed by one of four video camera traps researchers set in Cameroon’s Kagwene Gorilla Sanctuary. A combination of habitat destruction […]
Water-Saving College Students Pour It On. What began as a classroom discussion in Wisconsin has blossomed into a national project to raise water conservation awareness and help people lower their […]
Love of Big Cats Sparks Conservation Project. Dale Anderson keeps 27 exotic animals at California property. It began in 1992, when Anderson bought 37 hectares of California woodland, with dense […]
The Arabian Oryx, whose distinctive horns are widely believed to have given rise to the unicorn legend, is back from the brink of extinction in the deserts of the Arabian […]