Six different nature projects have been kicked off in England in an effort to boost wildlife recovery and mitigate the effects of climate change, among others.
Scientists in Zambia are satellite tagging vultures in an effort to help save critical wild cat populations.
Spain and Portugal are pioneering a project using endangered horses and bison to help prevent wildfires.
A recent study suggests that aging mother orcas may live past their reproductive years in order to help protect their sons.
Conservationists in Borneo have been creating "wildlife corridors" that connect once-fragmented forests in an effort to freely allow endangered species to pass through.
The wild tiger population in India and Bhutan is on the rise thanks to consistent conservation efforts on the part of both countries.
Fiji has successfully planted over 18 million trees and mangroves since its restoration project began in September 2019.
Iceland has momentarily suspended all whale hunting within the country due to animal welfare concerns.
A breeding program for the endangered royal turtle is underway in Cambodia.
The United Kingdom has expanded its Ivory Act to protect more endangered species from poaching.