The sixth Global Environment Outlook indicates environmental problems are making things more dangerous for people.
By Seth Borenstein, Christina Larson, Associated Press
Researchers found that of the 244 species photographed, just 22 percent decreased in number – suggesting protected areas can maintain overall biodiversity.
By Andrew Mach
Cecil was the leading attraction of the national park in Hwange, Zimbabwe, until the 13-year-old lion suffered a grisly death at the hands of hunters earlier this month, according to a report by the Guardian.
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe
Starfish are dying by the millions up and down the West Coast, leading scientists to warn of the possibility of localized extinction of some species. As the disease spreads, researchers may be zeroing in on a link between warming waters…
By Ashley Ahearn, KUOW/EarthFix, Katie Campbell, KCTS9/EarthFix
Using 'Nature as an Asset' to Balance Costa Rica's Farming With Preservation…
By Larisa Epatko
Farmers in Costa Rica are encouraged to set aside part of their land from production to help maintain biodiversity and prevent deforestation.
Hari interviews nature photographer Joel Sartore about his biodiversity project…
As the Copenhagen climate summit comes to an end, Paul Solman speaks to a Nobel Prize winner about how a warming planet affects biodiversity.
By all accounts, more than 500 gas wells in an area of eastern Wyoming known as the Jonah Natural Gas Fields have transformed 30,000 acres of rich sagebrush ecosystem into a largely industrial landscape of fuel production.
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