Charter for Trees, Woods and People Fifty organisations including the Forest Stewardship Council, National Trust, RSPB and WWF are calling for people in the UK to submit an anecdote, memory […]
In a controversial plan, Norway is set to cull more than two-thirds of its remaining wolves due to apparent harm inflicted on sheep flocks by the predators. The wolf population in […]
The World Heritage Committee yesterday added, after great deliberation, nine new World Heritage sites to the list of some 1,000 places of “outstanding universal value to humanity.” The new additions include […]
Migration is the usually seasonal movement of animals in pursuit of food, suitable breeding sites or to escape bad weather or other environmental conditions. Migrations can be long or short, […]
A study has found Norwegian reindeer populations are increasing despite climate change. However, Tte trend overall for the Arctic is not so positive.
360 Amur tigers are remaining in the wild and it is the culmination of life-saving rescues of orphaned tigers, months of rehabilitation efforts, and a smooth relocation and release involving […]