When it comes to biodiversity, Europe is a bit of a strange place. On one hand, combining its 28 member states, the EU covers some 4.
The United States has one of the oldest systems for protecting wilderness in its many forms in the world.
The Mount Lefo brush-furred mouse, Lophuromys eisentrauti, is a species that is simultaneously one of the most highly endangered and most likely to become extinct very soon.
It’s not news that concrete is carving up the world into individual sections, forests becoming individually wrapped nature treats, each with its own micro-communities.
California, or rather the California Floristic Province, is a global biodiversity hotspot.
The discussion surrounding the future of our energy supply tends to focus on carbon emissions.
Some four million square kilometers of Earth’s tropical forests have been designated for logging. That’s an area larger than the size of India.
In September, a curious video on the site LiveLeak went viral.
The pressure to reach for a gun to help save one animal from another is stronger than ever. And it has triggered a conservation problem from hell.
There are many hallmarks of human influence in a given ecosystem or habitat.