A number of fishing vessels have been using BATmap, a real-time app that helps boats to avoid catching endangered marine species caught up in the nets.
We need both carbon offsetting and deep decarbonization at source, not either/or, to make substantive progress with climate change.
Mesoamerican Barrier Reef in Mexico is now insured. Insurers are working with governments, NGOs, and the private sector to build the business case for nature-led solutions that protect ou...
A US startup, Colossal Biosciences, has received $15 million in funding to bring woolly mammoths, who disappeared 4,000 years ago, back from extinction.
They are the lynchpin of ecosystems – species that maintain balance and support biodiversity – without which the food web is transformed or could even collapse.
Have a look at the coral reef world map. The mapping tool allows policymakers, conservationists, and the public to understand the coral reef map across the world, with the aim of protecti...
A study has found that animals are adapting to climate change by changing the size of their ears, tails and beaks to regulate their internal temperature.
A quarter of all species are threatened with extinction, according to a new report by the the UN with amphibians, sharks and conifers the most at risk.
Forward-thinking business leaders understand that nature and economics are inextricably linked.
Conservationists and healthcare workers in different parts of the world are finding innovative ways to put drone technology to good use.
An expert explores the impact of a changing climate - from temperatures to precipitation - on insects, their diets and the potentials consequences for us.
‘Living’ sculptures of giant trees, and even people, are turning art into marine conservation beneath the waters of the Mediterranean sea.
Besides planting trees, people need to reduce carbon dioxide and other emissions quickly by transitioning to renewable energy sources, like solar and wind.
As the 1t.org US Chapter celebrates its one-year anniversary, here are 5 amazing US critters that play a key role and have a disproportionate impact on their surrounding ecosystem, whose ...
With global sea temperatures on the rise, the world's coral population is suffering. However, selective breeding could offer a lifeline in helping them withstand harsher conditions.