It’s time to reconsider our relationship with the dingo. By collaborating and drawing from both Indigenous and Western knowledge, we can find ways to live in harmony with our apex land predator.
Shelling may have led to the killing of 7,000 noctule bats in the city of Kharkiv alone
Scientists had thought a ‘dogxim’ was impossible until one was discovered in Brazil
Wildlife populations continue to decline in the UK, one of the world’s most nature-deprived countries.
Monitoring and protecting the Kasanka bat colony helps protect bats from the entire sub-continent, and thus supports ecosystem services in a wide area.
The Greenbelt fiasco has been an enormous distraction from the challenges facing the Greater Toronto Area — and it’s doubtful the Ford government will significantly change its approach.
What would you do with 2,000 farmed rhinos? An African charity wants them to help their wild cousins.
Botanizing is the practice of observing and appreciating plant life. Two plant scientists explain how it benefits people and the planet.
Invasive ants are a major threat to biodiversity, according to a study.
Our research shows the world is not on track to achieve any of the Sustainable Development Goals. But with decisive action, we can still achieve a fairer, more sustainable and prosperous future.
South Africa’s white shark population is not in decline but migrating to survive.
Australia’s biosecurity system is on high alert for alien invaders. Here’s a hit list of eight baddies we believe pose the greatest threat to Australia’s biodiversity.
Research shows urban foxes may not be getting more cunning, as people believe.
While Canada pledges $200 million to promote biodiversity, Doug Ford removes lands from the Greenbelt. Here is why we all should care.
Founded in 1959, the membership group Trout Unlimited has changed the culture of fly-fishing and mobilized members to support conservation. Could its approach work for other social problems?
The annual prizes for Australian science recognised efforts to confront the key challenges facing our world.
A new assessment of the population status of Europe’s birds reveals that the number of species that are of conservation concern is increasing.
Recent survey evidence suggests that most Canadians have positive opinions of wolves and rural Canadians in particular have strongly positive feelings on wolves and their protection.
Efforts to save one species can provide scientific knowledge that enables us to save other creatures in need.
A study of purple-crowned fairy-wrens offers lessons for fire management along waterways in tropical savanna ecosystems.