India executes the largest camera trap survey in the world and doubles its tiger population 4 years before the global target.
Re-emerging fires that survived the winter may contribute to record burning and CO2 emissions.
Significant coral bleaching at one of Western Australia’s healthiest coral reefs was found during a survey carried out in April and May.
To most Americans, it may seem obvious that a government should live up to its word. But the United States has regularly reneged on the promises that it made to American Indian nations.
As a white, wealthy and powerful man, Bolsonaro is not a member of the most hard-hit group. Data shows that Black Brazilians and Indigenous people are getting sick and dying at much higher rates.
A mysterious surge in elephant deaths has Botswana’s wildlife professionals perplexed. .
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.