Launched at Davos 2020, 1t.org aims to mobilize funding and political support to grow, restore and conserve 1 trillion trees around the world.
This year should see agreements on biodiversity, climate targets and marine resources. It's time for a New Deal for Nature and People.
More than 1 million species worldwide are at risk of extinction, and freshwater species are particularly threatened.
From coral bleaching and rising sea levels to increased marine heatwaves and more powerful storms, climate change is destroying our ocean ecosystems - harming people just as much as the f...
Humans rely on nature more than they realise. Food and medical research will also be a victim from biodiversity loss. But it's not too late.
Australia's 2019 bushfires have ripped through the country. Here are five things you need to know about them, from CO2 levels to the destruction of nature.
As businesses realign themselves ethically, it is time for a new, rights-based approach to stakeholders - one that prioritizes the most important one of all. Here's a guide
Beavers were hunted to extinction in England centuries ago but have returned in a river in the southwest where researchers are trying to understand if they have a positive or negative eff...
From the bottom of the sea, to the desert, scientists are looking for antibiotics and anticancer drugs in the most unlikely places.
Palau has been practising "bul" for centuries – and now it’s the philosophy behind its huge new protected marine area.
While livestock takes up 77% of the world’s agricultural land, it only produces 18% of the world’s calories and 37% of total protein.
Nick Pyenson's book, Spying on Whales: The Past, Present, and Future of Earth’s Most Awesome Creatures, explores the incredible life of the planet's biggest creature. This is an extract t...
As world leaders prepare to meet at a U.N. climate change summit it Spain, new figures show the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is at a new high.
Over the past 50 years, an “unnoticed apocalypse” may have killed off half the planet’s insects. Here's what you can do to help save the rest.
In a new study scientists found that plants regulate the amount of gas they consume, limiting the release of water through evaporation - but what are the effects of this on the wider envi...