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 Living Planet Report has found that the global wildlife populations have declined by 52%.
The price of animal parts is increasing over the price of gold and cocaine. After habitat loss, the illegal wildlife trade is the second biggest threat to animals.
Wildlife rangers in Africa are putting their lives on the line to protect the animals from poachers. The cost is high and the poachers are relentless.
There are only seven sea turtle species in the world and three of these are critically endangered. This is mostly due to human influences.
There are only 55 Maui’s dolphin left in the world and a proposed oil drilling site of 3000 square kilometres in the waters of New Zealand could further threaten their survival.