The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) has presented some high powered computers to the Plant Genetic Resources Research Institute (PGRRI) to enable it manage its h
Scotland has a new species of butterfly: the elusive and endangered white-letter hairstreak has been discovered in a field in Berwickshire, 100 metres from the English border.
The study quantified mammal numbers in forests and landscapes with varying degrees of human impact in Malaysian Borneo.
Bolivia has given the go ahead to a controversial highway which would cut through an Amazon biodiversity hotspot almost the size of Jamaica and home to 14,000 mostly indigenous people.
The United Kingdom has pledged to work with the government of Malawi and other partners to combat the insidious ivory trade.
Two new studies have reinforced the idea that financial incentives can help save forests.
Cape Town – After the Cape Flower show was postponed earlier this year due to the Western Cape’s drought, some plant enthusiasts have become despondent and concerned about the well-being of the pro
A new type of snake has been discovered in the UK, bringing the total number of species to four.
Pipelines, roads, railways and transmission lines cause severe habitat fragmentation in the Amazon rainforest.
The first review of the global impact of humans on tropical forests in the ancient past shows that humans have been altering these environments for at least 45,000 years.
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