Land is culturally and historically important to people and often this is ignored when addressing land issues.
The endangered species list is over 90 000 and includes Madagascar's lemurs.
Social media data can reveal where people are watching nature – and consequently where animals may be under pressure.
Elusive and mysterious by nature, ordinary people are revealing the secrets of the UK's octopuses.
Shaded valleys and other cool habitats could help save threatened plants and animals from extinction.
The Cecil movement didn't lead to any deep-seated changes as trophy hunting persists in many parts of Africa.
A new map shows that more than 25% of all land outside Antarctica is held and managed by Indigenous peoples. This makes these communities vital allies in the global conservation effort.
Under the terms of the current treaty all commercial mining is forbidden, but rumblings of discontent are stirring beneath the ice.
The Earth is losing more and more biodiversity every day, and we should all be worried
Why do whale sharks come together at just 20 locations around the globe?
Scientists have created embryos from the eggs of southern white rhino and sperm from their northern counterparts.
Botswana is launching a consultative process to review the current ban on elephant hunting.
By sequencing the genomes of other species, we can better understand our place in natural history.
More logging will occur in NSW if conservation areas are rezoned by the state government.
The poisoning of dozens of wedge-tailed hawks in Victoria could affect the entire wild population.
For decades, state and federal governments have shed environmental budgets and staff. Now it's up to volunteers to fill the gap.
Conservation fences create a few hundred square kilometres of safety for vulnerable native animals surrounded by 7.6 million lethal square kilometres.
When environmental needs outstrip government funds, people power steps up.
Improving livelihoods by exploring alternatives to wildlife trade would help to curb the poaching of threatened species like elephants.
New Zealand's coalition government in its first budget has treated public policies as investments, with the goal of improving social and environmental outcomes.