A new study adds to research showing concrete links between Indigenous rights to land and sustainable conservation.
A new Republican caucus will tackle conservation and climate change. Is the GOP changing its tune or merely paying lip service to environmental issues?
A new study looks at the danger to biodiversity that could come from increased mining of minerals used to create batteries for renewable energy technologies.
Despite the fact that insects make up most of the species on Earth, and much of the planet's biomass, they are significantly understudied compared to mammals, birds, fish, and much else.
The Cerrado, a tropical savanna in Brazil that covers an area larger than Mexico, has already lost half of its native vegetation.
An excerpt from John Taliaferro's new biography.
Here's we know about women in agriculture in 2019.
The country's president has a poor environmental record, raising concerns over the preservation of Madagascar's iconic biodiversity.
New documents show how quotas to delist or downlist endangered species may be influencing conservation decisions.
But the results are not so rosy for the critically endangered hawksbill turtle.
There are only about 500 Ethiopian wolves left in the wild—and they face a number of growing threats. One non-profit is working to save them.
Meanwhile, a proposal to expand offshore drilling in U.S. waters has been halted indefinitely.
Poachers have killed more than 90 percent of Zambia's elephants since the 1950s. In response, villagers banded together to protect those in North Luangwa National Park last year.
Warren's plan includes ending fossil fuel drilling on public lands, eliminating entrance fees for national parks, and mandating spending for the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
New research suggests that recent moves to increase the numbers of sought-after trophy species might be ill-advised and counterproductive.
The administration's latest target: research centers known as Landscape Conservation Cooperatives.
A conversation with marine biologist Gabriela Ochoa about th eimpacts of shark fishing in the La Mosquita region.
California's water conservation has seen ups and downs in recent years. Here's what the data shows.
Researchers warn that all of the underground salamanders living in an aquifer system near Austin could disappear in the next century.
The data suggests that the removal of reef fish in the British Indian Ocean Territory has increased since 2013, and that sharks are being deliberately targeted.