The COP15 'Convention on Biological Diversity' is designed to protect the diversity of plant/animal species, ensuring sustainable use of natural resources.
Forest coverage double the size of America has been lost in the last 10,000 years as a growing population has increased demand for agricultural land.
The evolution of intelligent life took around 3 or 4 billion years, meaning the planet's climate had to also remain habitable for that time. Research discovers how much of this is down to...
Droughts are an increasing occurrence, which can have a severe, negative effect on forests. Half the global population could face severe drought every year from 2100.
Anthropogenic mass - basically everything humans have built - is now thought to weigh the same as all the planet's living biomass, according to a new study.
A simple rope bridge is enabling endangered gibbons to navigate a gap in their forest canopy, caused by landslides. Innovative solutions are needed to protect biodiversity.
The natural world is the perfect circular economy - so here are the lessons we can learn to create an economic model that will stop harming the planet.
If we want an equitable and distributed recovery post-COVID, we’ll need to ensure more tech hubs in more places are thriving and poised to take on big challenges - such as sustainability ...
Sir David Attenborough is bringing his urgent message on protecting bioodiversity and wider sustainability/ environmental issues to a new medium – Instagram.
Between the years 2000 and 2013, 1.9 million square kilometers of undisturbed ecosystems have been lost, according to a study.
Within our solar system, the four most likely planets to sustain life based on their environment, include Mars, Europa, Enceladus and Titan.
To meet the SDGs' environmental targets and build back better after COVID-19, we must invest in climate solutions and making cities and infrastructure more sustainable.
Since 1970, populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish have shrunk by 68%, mainly due to farming and the wildlife trade, says WWF.
One million species of animal and plant could disappear forever, according to the United Nations, with loss of habitat remaining a significant threat.
Improving water, sanitation, and hygiene practice – a practice known as WASH – is vital in reducing the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in developing countries.