Fishing for krill is an eco-disaster: we must protect the Antarctic | Chris Packham
March 25, 2018

These crustaceans are tiny but play a crucial role in limiting climate change. An ocean sanctuary would safeguard them, writes nature expert Chris Packham

Whats small, pink, and can be seen from space? The answer depends on your perspective.

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Almost four environmental defenders a week killed in 2017
February 4, 2018

Exclusive: 197 people killed last year for defending land, wildlife or natural resources, new Global Witness data reveals

Almost four environmental defenders a week killed in 2017

Exclusive: 197 people killed last year for defending Continue reading

Sixth mass extinction of wildlife also threatens global food supplies
October 2, 2017

Plant and animal species that are the foundation of our food supplies are as endangered as wildlife but get almost no attention, a new report reveals

The sixth mass extinction of global wildlife already under way is seriously threatening the Continue reading

Brazil abolishes huge Amazon reserve in ‘biggest attack’ in 50 years
September 1, 2017

Brazilian president has dissolved Renca to attract investment in region thought to contain gold with critics warning of irreversible damage

The Brazilian president Michel Temer has abolished an Amazonian reserve the size of Denmark, prompting concerns of an influx of Continue reading