The ‘Covid-19 Bio-Logging Initiative’ aims to quantify the effect of reduced human activity (dubbed “anthropause”) on other species.
A historical agreement has been signed that ends a court battle, of more than 20 years, between a group indigenous to the Amazon rainforest and the forestry industry.
If urgent action is taken the research found that the world’s oceans could be restored to full abundance.
Climate change scientist Lee Hannah explains how giving nature space could help curb future disease outbreaks.
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A concerted campaign, led by Chris Packham, is calling for driven grouse shooting to be banned.
The credit-card-sized device has three refillable ‘cells’ which contain sugar solution for bees.
A new Agriculture Bill details that UK farmers and land managers will be paid for ‘public goods’ after Brexit.
The walk was accompanied by the delivery of a radical manifesto, co-edited by TV presenter Chris Packham, to Downing Street.
“As awe-inspiring as this documentary is, it does little to aid in the conservation of real nature,” argues Nicholas Harvey.
A pair of giraffes with leucism, a condition that inhibits pigmentation in skin cells, have been filmed by conservationists for the first time.