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?
Vasu Sojitra called out the 2019 ice climbing documentary on Instagram. The Outdoor Journal interviewed some of the crew for their response to the allegations.
Over 270,000 old-growth trees in the biodiverse forests of Arunachal Pradesh’s Dibang Valley will be destroyed if the Etalin Hydroelectric Project gets forest clearance.
Joe Brown aka “The Master” was a pioneer and one of the greatest climbers of the 20th century.
The prevalent portrayal of natures comeback is largely confined to industrialised nations. The pandemic is likely to be devastating for the natural world.
Once again, as witnessed in 2015 when devastating earthquakes hit the region, no human being will summit the world’s highest peak this season. What is the cost of this environmental recovery?
Blue sharks are among the widest-ranging shark species in the oceans. We know this partly because from 1962 to 2013, 117,962 blue sharks were part of the Cooperative Shark Tagging Program.