The struggles of Africa’s $39.2 billion tourism industry sector could cause extreme poverty, lead to an increase in poaching and severely impact wildlife populations.
With widespread closures of parks and conservation areas around the world, could this be an opportunity to transform the way we manage and use these protected environments?
Conservation, Kafue Style: We're delighted to learn that there has been a huge increase in wildlife numbers in Zambia’s largest national park.
Trophy hunting Idaho Game Commissioner, Blake Fischer, loses his job over unsportsmanlike kills.
Clocking in at 183.93mph, Denise Mueller-Korenek has just set the world record for the fastest speed ever achieved on a bicycle.
The laws to protect North India's Aravalli Range from illegal mining and construction will remain ineffective, unless ordinary people come together to take action.
India's adventure tourism leaders are fighting back against the High Court's blanket ban on alpine trekking in the Uttarakhand.
The grassroots initiative, which Boulder voters will see on the ballot come November, would mandate a state-wide, half-mile “buffer zone” of fracking wells from occupied buildings.