Des millions d'animaux sauvages se font tuer chaque années sur les routes.
Les routes et le trafic entraînent une mortalité massive des animaux sauvages dans le monde entier et le réseau routier est en pleine expansion. Est-il possible de mettre un terme à cette hécatombe ?
An estimated 29 million mammals are killed each year on European roads.
Roads and traffic are causing massive mortality of wild animals worldwide and the road network is rapidly expanding. Can the wildlife death toll be stopped?
Guilherme Soares Amorim, who was born with microcephaly, has his head measured.
Zika virus and microcephaly are firmly linked, but scientists are still trying to prove that it has caused the condition.
Welcome to the Cantareira desert.
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Growth can be predicted and droughts can be planned for. So why did Brazil's largest water utility get caught out?
Protestors bust the Belo Monte Dam.
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The World Cup has highlighted Brazil’s dissatisfaction with the mega-development involved in building the tournament’s infrastructure. But the football stadiums are just the latest in a long line of Brazilian…
Leopardus tigrinus can be found in Eastern Amazonia or the dry semi-arid Caatinga.
Project Wild Cats of Brazil
A new species of wild cat in central and north-eastern Brazil has been confirmed, according to a study published today in…