Following a national ban on ivory hunting, the walrus population is slowly but surely growing in number in the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard where warm and cool currents meet.
A group of scientists, rice farmers, and conservationists joined forces to revive the Chinook salmon population in California, the United States, a marine species on the verge of extinction, and the decade-long project is delivering positive results.
A Canadian nonprofit combined radar technology and artificial intelligence (A.I.) to detect polar bears, helping the Arctic communities of Churchill, Manitoba, to maintain a safe distance from the powerful predator that ventures on land due to climate change.
A group of international scientists is developing the project of setting up a global audio collection of the underwater world in the hopes of identifying new species, plus comparing and monitoring ecosystems, and even repopulating specific ones.
Following a national recovery program to secure the tiny species’ future, the critically endangered spotted tree frog makes a comeback in southeast Australia, as the amphibian plays a crucial role in maintaining the health of the ecosystem it lives in.
New preventive measures have been put in place in Alaska, the United States, along the coastline of the Bering Sea to save seal populations from commercial activity, in the hopes that it will help the marine species already dealing with the aftermath of the Arctic sea…
Nepali authorities will open the country’s very first bird sanctuary in the western province of Sudurpashchim, where hundreds of species will be protected, including a dozen globally threatened, benefiting biodiversity across the board.
Measures taken by the authorities of the United Arab Emirates’ capital Abu Dhabi to recover the fish stock have proven to be effective since the percentage of sustainably caught fish has increased considerably over the last three years.
The current United States administration has significantly reduced a particular area allocated for logging, to preserve the natural and critical habitat of the northern spotted owl and prevent the bird from going extinct.
An Indigenous community from the Brazilian Amazon managed to gain control of its territory and developed a productive and sustainable way to fish a native gigantic fish, to the ultimate benefit of the entire population.