According to the White House, in its first year, the American Climate Corps will put more than 20,000 young people on career pathways in the fields of clean energy, conservation and climate resilience.
“They have a chance to get it done, but they’re going to have to move fast.”
Are governments "finally starting to forge a peace pact with nature?”
“I could see that people who matter believed in me, and I was getting so many messages from people that I knew and I didn’t know who had felt trapped for so long and couldn’t speak up.”
A new study that looks at global opportunities for the restoration, reintroduction and rewilding of large mammals across the world’s terrestrial ecoregions found that just 15% of the world’s land area supports intact large mammal assemblages.
New and developing technologies are helping to push conservation efforts at a critical time.
To recognize the significant role Indigenous peoples’ play in global conservation efforts, Mongabay rounds up some of this year’s most impactful stories.
A mission to be completed by The Aspinall Foundation, an organization that's committed to returning rare and endangered animals back to their natural habitats, will return the 13 African elephants, including 3 calves, by plane to their "ancestral homelands."
Conservation efforts successfully increased the "iconic animals' population" where no they are considered "vulnerable."
Celebrating success is great, but a new study finds patterns we can learn from — including the fact that we ignore failure at our own peril.