Standing on the gentle slope of one of the hills encircling the valley, he pointed out the African lovegrass.

In the first day of a legal bid to stop Adani’s $16.5bn Carmichael coalmine, court told the Queensland government is investigating whether material was removed without permission

Mining giants Rio Tinto and Alcoa have agreed to scrap plans for a new mine in Western Australia to allow the land to be incorporated into a national park.

Farms, roads and towns are fast slicing up the world's wilderness, leaving 70 per cent of the world's remaining forested land less than one km from a forest edge, a US-led study showed.

Environment minister Rob Stokes says survival of plants and animals is ‘vital to ensure we can continue to derive our food and medicines from the wild’

Cairo — The ongoing loss of biodiversity in Africa is driven by a combination of human-induced factors, including a rising demand for and consumption of natural resources and pollution created by u

Nagpur: Even as state forest department is gearing up to celebrate 'World Wildlife Day' on Tuesday, over 2,500 trees will face the axe in 10km patch between Mansar and Chorbahuli on NH-7.

New research suggests loss of giant wombats and other species about 50,000 years ago could have been caused by changing climate, rather than hunting as previously thought

The state will soon have mist forests in lower districts that will be helpful in increasing rainfall in the region.

In a first, environmental experts, state government and NGOs will unite for a common cause to protecting wildlife and its habitat in the state.