The causes of these extinctions range from diseases to invasive species to habitat loss, but most boil down to human behavior.
"Our results show that we face a future with many less bumble bees and much less diversity, both in the outdoors and on our plates."
New wildlife trade rules being discussed at CITES could affect 550 species, including elephants, rhinos and giraffes.
Kokia drynarioides is a small but significant flowering tree endemic to Hawaii’s dry forests. Native Hawaiians used its large, scarlet flowers to...
Mainstream media gave more time to the royal baby’s birth in the week he was born than to all stories about the climate crisis in all of 2018.
We are the 'last generation' that can save our planet.
Without our hard-won environmental protections, we would all already be breathing polluted air, drinking befouled water, and living in a world with much less wildlife.
New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) provides further evidence that, even if we haven’t already entered a sixth era of species extinction on a global scale, it may yet be imminent.
Looming climate catastrophe?
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