Netflix’s newest documentary featuring Britain’s most famous natural history filmmaker explores the causes of and solutions to the climate crisis.
A rare female scientist in her time, Foote explicitly warned about the basic science. Why haven’t we listened more closely?
Ecologists are racing to gather data on the curious monotremes as climate threat looms large.
A conservation group recorded the video in the Columbia River on a day when water temperatures breached 70F.
In Sinaloa, Mexico, fishers are pairing up with researchers to monitor sea turtle populations and reduce bycatch.
Russian activists seeking to protect local waterways can learn a few lessons from their cross-border counterparts in China and Mongolia.
In California, conditions remain all too dry and all too hot.
Demand for leather is also a significant driver of the ecologically-destructive cattle industry.
Minnesota pet owners warned not to release fish into wild, where they wreak havoc on native species.
Hana Raza is determined to overcome conflict- and gender-related obstacles to establish a network of protected areas for the endangered big cats.
A motley crew of marine scientists and documentarians embark on a quest to locate this elusive troubadour of the deep.
Lil’ Jefe, the only known remaining member of its species in the state, is cut off from his kind by Trump’s border wall.
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