Conservationists have renewed urgent calls for effective marine protection in European waters, after a new study revealed that the recent EU ban on fish discards could have a significant short-term impact on some seabirds. Continue reading →
New research into the mating habits of a critically endangered sea turtle will help conservationists understand more about its mating patterns. Female hawksbill turtles mate at the beginning of the season and store sperm for up to 75 days to use when l… Continue reading →
As rapid economic expansion continues to shape the Asian landscape on which many species depend, time is running out for conservationists aiming to save wildlife such as tigers and leopards. Scientists have used genetic analysis to find that the natura… Continue reading →
Melissa Waage, Campaign Director, Washington, DC
Momentum is building around the Scenic Vistas Protection Act, a state bill to ban high-elevation strip mining, also known as mountaintop removal coal mining, in Tennessee. The bill p… Continue reading →
Rachel Fried, Program Assistant, Land and Communications, Washington, D.C.
I was six when my parents took my brother and me to the Grand Canyon. I remember it was scorching hot and I remember getting sick over a guard rail on the … Continue reading →