The Tasmanian devil is classified as an endangered species, and their numbers have dwindled over the past two decades in their home island state of Tasmania.
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Mayors of 12 major cities signed C40’s “Divesting from Fossil Fuels, Investing in a Sustainable Future” declaration.
France has said it will gradually ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses as part of sweeping new animal welfare measures.
Cambridge University is to divest its multibillion-pound endowment fund from fossil fuel corporations after a five-year campaign by students, academics and politicians.
25 million trees will be planted across Australia over the next five years to compensate for major bushfire destruction
An astonishing 25 million trees will be planted across Australia over the next five years to aid bushfire recovery.
Sir David Attenborough has now joined Instagram and has over 4.5 million followers, but he’s joined for one very specific goal.
After the Schmidt Ocean Institute’s research vessel plunged deep beneath the Pacific Ocean, it came back with a treasure trove of high-resolution footage featuring rare deep-sea creatures.