Conservationists have accused the World Health Organisation (WHO) of rubber-stamping the extinction of endangered species by adopting hundreds of traditional Chinese remedies in its international g
African elephant poaching rates have dropped by 60 per cent in six years, an international study has found.
Tens of millions of pounds are to be spent on developing “super crops” to improve diets in poor countries in the face of climate change, the government has said.
Collapsing hippo numbers – and the loss of dung they produce – poses a threat to the species that thrive in eastern Africa’s rivers and great lakes, and the humans who rely on them.
Hawaii’s Waikiki Beach - celebrated around the world for its both it eye-grabbing beauty and decades-old surf culture - could be under water in a matter of years as as result of rising sea levels t
Amphibians across the world are experiencing “catastrophic population declines” from a widening range of interacting pathogens, scientists say.
New pesticides regarded as “bee safe” could actually be causing harm to these vital pollinators when combined with other chemicals being applied to crops, according to a new study.
The largest party in Norway’s parliament has delivered a significant blow to the country’s huge oil industry after withdrawing support for explorative drilling off the Lofoten islands in the Arctic
A hunter who has killed more than 5,000 elephants and 50 hippos has said he is “10,000 times” unrepentant.
Scientists have unearthed a scandal at the heart of global plans to tackle climate change through tree planting.
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