This article is available in Spanish through a partnership with the Institute of Ecology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
When it comes to doing good for the environment, consumers often have to make trade-offs or sacrifices.
Two thirds of the world’s fisheries are in bad biological shape, and it is only going to get worse if we continue on our current path.
Impala are like the fun-sized candy bars of the African wildlife world.
The illegal trade in wildlife is not only devastating ecologically; it also has a real and measurable impact on human health and economics.
One factor leading to increased wildfire susceptibility might be surprising: biodiversity loss.
Many people in the tourism industry balk at adopting sustainable practices because they worry that such changes could cut profits.
The growth in tourism will be unsustainable against a background of climate change, and yet there is little chance that folks will stop going on vacation.
Biodiversity is threatened across the globe, and one of the main drivers of that trend is the conversion of natural habitats into altered landscapes designed to be more suitable for human us
Every year, millions of tourists flock to coral reefs to marvel at the bright colors, sculptural forms, and stunning diversity of organisms that live there.