#Wildlife

  • Article: The Threat of a 'Sixth Mass Extinction' Is Accelerating, Study Finds

    The Threat of a 'Sixth Mass Extinction' Is Accelerating, Study Finds

    By Catherine Caruso  and  Adam Critchley|June 5, 2020

    More than 500 wildlife species are facing extinction. Read more

  • Article: Why Factory Farming Needs a Fresh Look Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Why Factory Farming Needs a Fresh Look Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

    By Joe McCarthy|May 14, 2020

    Taking a fresh look at animal production also involves considering its effect on world hunger. Read more

  • Article: Plastic Chemicals Can Build Up in Seabirds' Bodies, Study Finds

    Plastic Chemicals Can Build Up in Seabirds' Bodies, Study Finds

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Catherine Caruso|Jan. 31, 2020

    Plastic pollution poses a serious threat to the global seabird population. Read more

  • Article: The World's Second-Biggest Rainforest Could Go Up in Flames

    The World's Second-Biggest Rainforest Could Go Up in Flames

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Aug. 28, 2019

    The fires threaten to overtake the vast expanse of trees unless interventions are made. Read more

  • Feature: What Guarding Rare Rhinos Says About Saving the Planet

    What Guarding Rare Rhinos Says About Saving the Planet

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Olivia Kestin|Aug. 26, 2019

    Rhinos have been pushed to the edge of extinction. Read more

  • Article: Bears and Wolves to Live Together Again in the UK for the First Time in 1,000 Years

    Bears and Wolves to Live Together Again in the UK for the First Time in 1,000 Years

    By Helen Lock|July 19, 2019

    The once-native animals will live in a protected habitat near Bristol to spark debate on rewilding. Read more

  • Article: Endangered Bengal Tigers Could Go Extinct By 2070

    Endangered Bengal Tigers Could Go Extinct By 2070

    By Erica SanchezJoe McCarthy  and  Pia Gralki|May 7, 2019

    As many as 1 million plant and animal species could go extinct. Read more

  • Article: Why a Song That's Literally Just Birds Singing Is Taking Over the UK Charts

    Why a Song That's Literally Just Birds Singing Is Taking Over the UK Charts

    By James Hitchings-Hales|May 1, 2019

    It’s flying high alongside Stormzy and Taylor Swift to be the biggest song in Britain. Read more