Necropsy reveals 80% of the thousands of songbirds that died suddenly showed typical signs of emaciation Birds ‘falling out of the sky’ in mass die-off in south-western USRead more in our series Biodiversity: what happened […]
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Donations from individuals and charities to green causes more than double since 2016 Philanthropic donations to environmental causes have more than doubled in value in the UK as the climate crisis and unprecedented biodiversity loss […]
Coastal nations are rightly worried about sea level rise, but in the countries around the Caspian Sea, over 100 million people are facing the opposite problem: an enormous drop in sea level. Technically, this sea […]
NewsTristan da Cunha designated 90 percent of its territorial waters—over 270,000 square miles—as a marine protected area to safeguard the region’s unique biodiversity.
By Eric Delvin, Emerald Edge Program Director Today the Bezos Earth Fund has committed $100 million to The Nature Conservancy to support work to tackle climate change in North America and India and scale nature-based […]
The Philippines is home to many underwater treasures just waiting to be discovered and explored. Nestled in the apex of the Coral Triangle, the Philippines is a vital part of the world’s center of marine […]