Norway pledges $47M/yr to help Congo countries save forests

Norway and several European Nations, along with the United Nations and the World Bank, today committed to a new initiative that takes aim at the underlying ca

30 September 2015

How to watch the great migration of animals from Serengeti

Epic journey of nearly 2 million wildebeest, gazelle and zebras to Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve is being tracked online.

29 September 2015

The Wadden Sea is in danger, says first-ever migration report of whole East Atlantic Flyway

The Wadden Sea in Europe is a vast coastal wetland comprising tidal flats, islands, salt marshes and other habitats.

28 September 2015

China and US agree on ivory ban in bid to end illegal trade globally

The two largest markets for illegal ivory agree to enact a nearly complete ban on the import and export of ivory to help reduce the loss of elephants to poaching.

26 September 2015

Un safari virtual para proteger a los elefantes africanos

El mayor buscador del Internet puede agenciarse una nueva medalla de logros en su palmarés.

25 September 2015

Ivory inferno: Does burning tusks destroy them?

This year Kenya, Ethiopia and Mozambique have all set fire to stockpiles of ivory to help tackle its illegal trade and curb elephant poaching.

23 September 2015

Kenya: Race against time to save the last white rhinos

On World Rhino Day, the only northern white male left in the world is desperately trying to save his subspecies.

22 September 2015

La lenta muerte del ‘basurero’ de la naturaleza

Las poblaciones de ocho especies de buitres se habían visto reducidas en un promedio del 62%, envenenadas por el hombre

19 September 2015

Tanzania stops Malawi burning ivory stockpile

Tanzania has blocked Malawi from burning 2.6 tonnes of ivory, saying it needs to use the tusks as evidence for the prosecution of suspected poachers.

18 September 2015