Last month, Poland voted to ban fur farming in the Sejm, or lower parliament, and now the legislation that will now pass to the upper parliament in the Senate in hopes to be signed into law by the president.
Our Latest News
A 21-year-old endangered lemur went missing from the San Francisco Zoo last week. Maki, which is the name of the lemur, was caught by thieves, but was fortunately returned safely to the zoo after the heroic work of a local five-year-old named James Trinh.
Over the last couple of decades, the scarlet macaw population has been suffering and decreasing due to habitat loss and poaching. However, thanks to a recent conservation effort, there is still hope for these birds.
Ricardo Pimentel opened his home to about 300 dogs as the dangerous Hurricane Delta closed in on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
In recent years, many cities around the world have banned the selling of animal skins and furs however, no government has put such a policy on a national level – until now.
According to a new study, up to 48 bird and mammal extinctions have been prevented by conservation efforts since a global agreement to protect biodiversity.
Two years ago, the French government placed a ban on the use of certain pesticides that harm bees. The ban on these pesticides was supported by environmentalists, however, some farmers and pesticide companies disagreed with the restriction.
The newly launched “Wildlife Habitat & Corridor Restoration Project” in western Uganda is bringing together local communities to execute on an ambitious reforestation project.
Prince William has announced what is being billed as “the most prestigious global environment prize in history”, the Earthshot prize, which will award £50 million ($64.5 million) over 10 years to help find solutions to repair the planet by 2030.
Canada plans to ban single-use plastics — checkout bags, straws, stir sticks, six-pack rings, cutlery and even foodware made from hard-to-recycle plastics — nationwide by the end of 2021.