The island of São Miguel, part of the Azores, an autonomous region of Portugal, has successfully restored the Azores bullfinch, a bird species once critically endangered, through successive conservation projects.
Following decades of conservation efforts, turtles are making an impressive comeback on the beaches of Florida, the United States, with more than 50,000 nests across the states, triple last year’s numbers.
Dominica, an island in the Caribbean, is establishing the world's first sperm whale reserve.
As a leader in sustainability, Dubai, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, has championed many initiatives, including a rehabilitation project for sea turtles to return the reptiles to their natural habitats.
Eleven countries have banded together to save the world's six surviving species of river dolphins from extinction.
Following a 14-year-long program, Bhutan has successfully sterilized and vaccinated its entire population of stray dogs, becoming the world’s first country to achieve such a feat.
According to the latest estimate, the population of the critically endangered North Atlantic right whales has stabilized, positive news after a decade of decline, and measures taken in Canada are proven to work to safeguard the mighty cetacean further.
Once known for its whaling activity, the Azores archipelago, an autonomous region of Portugal, has shifted its economic focus to eco-tourism, conservation, and education.
A new, rare, and "enchanting" electric blue tarantula was just discovered in Thailand.
In a breakthrough study, researchers have found a way of potentially making birds resistant to the avian flu.