Countries with healthy populations of big game should allow tourists to hunt them.
New insights from the deep past should transform the way we work with forests. By George Monbiot, published in BBC Wildlife magazine, June 2015 Why is it possible to lay
LionAid - Leading Lion Conservation Charity Protecting and Conserving Endangered Lions Worldwide
A rash of white shark attacks this summer points to a rebounding population in the US - a sign of healthier oceans and the need to coexist with this apex predator.
A UC Davis researcher, working with citizen scientists, has been tracking flattened animals. Here's what they've learned.
Obama just created a Pacific Ocean reserve almost twice the size of Texas to curb fishing and oil drilling. But it might be too little
Globally, we still catch enough fish to eat - just about. But numbers of fish caught from the sea haven't kept up with human population growth and unsustainable fish farms have filled the gap. So why are
The global loss of species is even worse than previously thought, with wildlife populations halving in just 40 years, a report says.
Despite the significant benefits they have and will continue to provide, the traditional approaches of protected areas and in situ conservation management alone cannot shield vulnerable species from the
Palm oil is in hundreds of products we routinely buy yet, environmentally, it's incredibly destructive.
Carl Sagan's description of our planet as a "pale blue dot" captured two important elements about the Earth: its loneliness in the enormity of space, and the ocean's overwhelming dominance of the planet
Una premessa: pare essere una solenne bufala che Einstein pronunciò la frase "se un giorno le api dovessero scomparire, all'uomo resterebbero soltanto quattro anni di vita". Resta il fatto che se le api venissero a mancare, per l'uomo e non solo per lui sarebbero davvero cavoli amari. Già adesso in alcune zone d'Europa le popolazioni
The idea that tiny amounts of antidepressants present in our rivers and estuaries may be affecting aquatic life is generally met with surprise, sometimes scepticism, or even a degree of humour. The public
A collaboration between historians, text mining, and information visualisation researchers has thrown up new insight into the hunger for sugar, coffee and rubber in the 19th century, as well as how fat
The greatest mass extinction may have been enhanced by a new metabolic pathway.
The UN's International Court of Justice rules that Japan must temporarily halt its whaling programme in the Antarctic.
E' proprio il post di San Valentino. Crude oil is known to disrupt cardiac function in fish embryos. Large oil spills, such as the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) disaster that occurred in 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico, could severely affect fish at impacted spawning sites.Science, 14 Febbraio 2014 Sul numero di Science del 14 Febbraio 2014 è comparso
Criticism of sport hunting nearly always focuses on whether hunting is cruel or not. A good example was provided by the recent controversy surrounding Melissa Bachmann, a keen hunter and television personality
E' crisi economica nella più grande area protetta del Lazio, tra le province di Frosinone e Roma
Last Saturday, toxic material leaked from the Ranger uranium mine in the Northern Territory. The mine ceased operation in 2011 after more than 30 years in action, raising the question of what happens to