Through an executive order aim to address the climate crisis, the President of the United States Joe Biden commits to the ambitious conservation goal to protect 30% of the country’s land and coastal seas by 2030.
Cranes, large birds known for their long necks and legs, have made a major comeback on the United Kingdom’s soil after 400 years, thanks to conservation efforts and wetland protection.
The grasshopper sparrow, one of the most endangered birds in the continental part of the United States, has made a comeback only two years after it was on the verge of extinction, thanks to a captive-breeding program.
A group of biologists who dedicated their entire career to saving species from extinction published a study in which they show us just how much conservation efforts pay off.
A Panama tribe has been authorized to create a semi-autonomous territory on their ancestral land, a decision from the Supreme Court that could potentially boost conservation efforts across the region.
The Mahogany Glider joey, an Australian possum, is the first of its kind to be born in captivity in two years, giving hope for the survival of the endangered species.
Two dogs are using their powerful sense of smell to detect a minuscule and invasive species of snail that has been infesting the waterways of Wisconsin, United States, for the last ten years.
After 35 years of concerted efforts to protect and restore its habitat, the interior least tern, a bird from the Midwestern part of the United States, is now off the endangered species list.
Poland’s Wroclaw Zoo welcomed the very first female Indian rhinoceros birth in the zoo's 155-year history, giving hope for the survival of the endangered species.
Thanks to a group of scientists who created the first aerial map of the coral reefs that surround the main islands of Hawaii, United States, reef conservation gains a tool that can potentially be helpful around the globe.