Endangered Pink Reptile Sees “First Hope” for Survival
The critically endangered pink iguana, an endemic species to the Galápagos Islands, is on its way to recovery since scientists finally found nesting sites and hatchlings, a sign that the reptile’s last surviving population has a chance to bounce back.
Restoration Success: Coral Reefs Come Back to Life
Following seven years of restoration efforts, large coral reefs were reestablished off the coast of Hatamin Island in Indonesia, thanks to the use of a technique meant to stabilize the coral fragments while they grow and come back to life.
Climate Action Reaches Next Level with These Two New Laws
All member states of the European Union (EU) will have to abide by two newly adopted laws, one set to restore Europe’s nature by 2050 and another aimed at cutting in half the use of chemical pesticides by 2030, as a collective effort to halt the…
Success: Mangroves Restored in Huge Effort to Protect Nature
Following decades of replanting efforts, India has restored its mangroves - wondrous trees that contribute to the preservation of marine species and coastal communities - helping to sequester tons of carbon from the atmosphere.