"Spend more time outdoors, get out there, because it will make you realise exactly what’s worth saving.”
Moths might be overshadowed by their colourful butterfly cousins, but they're crucial to the pollination process.
The winner used a camera trap to photograph the elusive creatures.
We’re wondering how much effect our binge watching of Blue Planet really has on climate change.
Tasmanian devils haven't existed in mainland Australia for 3,000 years.
Sage Anifowoshe discusses ecofeminism and how to re-claim nature as a Black woman.
“Sourcing an ingredient from a wild animal is not a long-term solution."
Butterflies are the ‘gateway drug’ to getting people involved in conservation.
How one tourist hotspot banned single-use plastic.
The Great Trail is hailed as one of Canada's biggest volunteer-led efforts, but it's not without controversy.
Who doesn't love a picture of animals doing human things?
This group of 4 swimmers from the UK is the first-ever all-female relay team to swim a medley relay across the English Channel.
More than 300 experts have signed a statement to ask limits on fishing to be brought in line with scientific recommendations.
A community-led programme in the Maya Biosphere Reserve is revolutionising how we think about conservation.
Award-winning young poet Ella Duffy talks about the brutality of nature and her new work on the UK's rarest flower.
This biodiversity hotspot is using new technology to help coral reefs to grow.
What is considered normal can change over time as younger generations forget what things used to be like.
Martin Blyth has gone from the classroom to founding his own innovative wildlife park with a focus on conservation.
With only two females left, the subspecies is in critical danger.
And it could make finding food easier for them.
The largest ivory crushing event in years is streamed online.
Bison and horses are re-establishing a natural balance in the area by eating dangerous and invasive plants.
One NGO has launched a campaign to save bears from the wildlife trade and lower the risk of zoonotic diseases.
Thailand is planning to make closures a regular thing, but we ask if doing the same could help wildlife in Europe.
How have elephants, rhinos, giraffes, pangolins and marine species been affected by the pandemic?
New research shows that leopards, wolves and other predators are vanishing in habitats dedicated to preserving pandas.