Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
Digital Garden City Nation
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
Europe's energy crisis
More about this topic
Cash-strapped Finnish zoo may have to return giant pandas to China
EUROPE'S ENERGY CRISIS
More about this topic
'Nose print' tech could help identify and track pet dogs
Each dog's nose is as unique as a human fingerprint, says AI and biometrics company iSciLab.
World Animal Day: Zoo announces birth of an extinct-in-the-wild oryx
The scimitar oryx, once widespread across North Africa, has suffered in the face of hunting, drought and desertification.
Worker gored to death by large antelope at Swedish animal park
The incident occurred late on Sunday at the Oland Animal and Entertainment Park.
Wildlife sanctuary welcomes white rhino calf
A wildlife sanctuary in Barberton, South Africa, welcomed a new white rhino calf on August 11.
German outdoor cat ban temporarily lifted - but why?
Cat owners in this German town no longer face €50,000 fines for letting their felines roam free.
Dolphin poo is saving coral reefs, says groundbreaking new study
The species plays a “significant role” in supporting the vulnerable ecosystems in this region and scientists are calling for their protection.
'We are alive': Woman evacuates 35 dogs from Mariupol hellscape
When Ukranian shelter owner Irina Petrova was forced to flee Mariupol, she refused to leave her beloved dogs behind.
Turtles freed in Tunisia with tracking monitor
Three rescued loggerhead turtles are released into the Mediterranean off the Tunisian coastal city of Sfax, one, named Marwa, with a tracking beacon glued to its shell to help researchers better protect the threatened species.
German town orders cats to be kept indoors to save rare birds
Walldorf has ordered pet owners to keep their cats indoors during the crested lark's breeding season.
These artworks will make you think twice before going to the zoo
Eduardo Srur's works question the cruelty of animals trapped for human entertainment.
Giant endangered stingray released into Mekong River in Cambodia
An endangered giant freshwater stingray inadvertently hooked by Cambodian fishermen is released unharmed to the Mekong River.
This sloth orphanage is helping cubs ‘learn to be wild again’
On Costa Rica’s Caribbean coastline, orphaned sloths are being prepared for a life in the wild.
Good News round-up: Five stories worth celebrating
Promising new tech for cancer treatment, golden retrievers successfully evacuated from Ukraine or surprising news from this year's World Happiness Report: here are five positive stories from this week.
Why are tourists shooting seagulls in Venice?
Seagulls have been targeting tourists in the lagoon city for years, but now some hoteliers think they have the answer.
Tourists shocked by swarms of crabs invading Cuba's beaches
At dawn and dusk the multi-coloured crabs emerge, scuttling sideways toward the turquoise sea, climbing up house walls and carpeting the roughly paved coastal road.
Refugee pets are being rescued by this amazing team of volunteers
German Sascha Winkler travelled to the Ukraine-Poland border with a team of volunteers to help four-legged refugees.
'We can't live without them': Ukrainian refugees flee with beloved pets
Many Ukrainians carry cats, dogs, turtles and other pets as they flee Russia's invasion.
Meet the Italian man who's staying in Ukraine to rescue animals
The owner of an animal shelter in Ukraine speaks out about his experience during the Russian invasion.