Tag Archives: wildlife trade
After stealing eggs from nesting sea turtles, poachers often slip undetected into the shadows. Can technology help researchers uncover them and their massive black market to save species?
From ocean protections to climate action to eco-activism, 2016 was a big year for the environment.
How the world banded together to protect the world’s most trafficked mammal.
Watch out pirates! New technology and policy advances mark the beginning of the end for illegal fishing
For the eco-conscious citizen who already recycles, conserves water, and turns out the lights but wants to do more to help the planet.
The mechanisms behind emerging diseases are often poorly understood, and the path forward towards recovery is often unclear. Is it possible to effectively fight wildlife epidemics and save endangered species?
With so many species and ecosystems in dire need of protection, which ones are the most important to save? Do popular iconic species have more conservation value than a obscure ones?
From protecting the oceans to forging a climate consensus, 2015 was a big year for environmental conservation.
Purchasing ivory not only harms elephants, it encourages trade on the black market that may be used to fund terrorism. Can cooperation between lawmakers and conservationists effectively turn the war on terror against poachers?
Find out what is going right in the world of conservation, and how you can make a real, measurable difference when things aren’t.