The latest news related to nature conservation from around the world. If there is
Driving north of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, an extraordinary landscape comes into view. Trees disappear and an immense landscape of grass emerges, undulating in the wind like a great, green ocean.
From the sinking city of Venice to the mass bleaching of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, climate change is drastically impacting some of the world’s most treasured … Yellowstone National Park in the US, for example, is experiencing shorter winters with less snowfall, warmer rivers, shrinking lakes and wetlands, and longer fire seasons, according to a joint report by the United Nations Environment Programme, UNESCO and the Union of Concerned Scientists.
For the past decade, the World Economic Forum has put out a yearly review of the greatest threats to our world-the economic and geopolitical risks that endanger our planet, our way of life, and even our species.
The sudden halt to US government functions leaves me worried about the effects on science for years to come, says Anne Jefferson.
Andry Rajoelina has a spotty record on environmental regulation and conservation.
Researchers are trying to shift Mexico’s oyamel firs to higher elevations to help them weather warming temperatures
Tanzania’s government has announced it will protect a tropical forest long recognized for its high biodiversity value and as home to numerous endangered primates and plants.
The latest data tells us we’re losing more tropical tree cover than ever before. The biggest culprit is still commodity agriculture. Way back in 2012, the Alliance was founded to help the companies behind the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) achieve their 2020 zero net deforestation target. And we were so committed to this collective goal, we even named ourselves TFA 2020.