The Biden administration is restoring full protection to three national monuments that President Trump sought to cut down drastically.
Five strategies must be applied to save the Javan rhino from the brink of extinction.
Conservation must be carried out by local communities to be most effective, new research shows.
Ecolabelled seafood fetches higher prices in supermarkets, giving retailers and producers the incentive to up their sustainability game.
The electric Pokemon’s real-life muse is charged with degrading the vast meadows of the Tibetan Plateau.
About 60% of Mexico’s forests are managed by local communities. A scholar who has studied the forests for 30 years explains how this system protects the forests and the people who oversee them.
Elephants avoided areas where others were poached.
Figures released this week suggest Australia’s koala populations have plummeted. So what’s the best way to protect these iconic animals from fires?
L’opinion généralement acceptée est que Madagascar n'a pas de chats indigènes, pourtant ils sont très nombreux.
Which species are becoming endangered and which are recovering, according to the IUCN World Conservation Congress?
A staggering 17,500 tree species are at risk of dying out.
Helicoptering heavy herbivores across Africa is no laughing matter.
Spiny-tailed skinks, also known as meelyu, are culturally significant to the Badimia people in Western Australia. But habitat degradation and mining have put them at threat of extinction.
Meet the parma wallaby: for decades it was presumed extinct, until it turned up in New Zealand. Today, its failure to charm Australians may have doomed it – for good.
Less attractive endangered species don’t tend to receive the same public attention as their more beautiful counterparts: new studies show how we might help change that.
The increasing prevalence of white LED streetlamps spells worrying population declines for insects like moths.
Spring is rapidly approaching and many birds are hunting for the best nesting sites. Competition is fierce — especially for species that nest in tree hollows.
Planting a massive number of trees can help slow climate change, but it is only part of the solution.
We’ve identified three frog species very likely to already be extinct. Another four species on our list are still surviving, but not likely to make it to 2040 without help.
Studies show some animals can recognise the threat of fire, and behave in a way that increase their chance of survival. But what about wildlife who have evolved in areas where fire was once rare?