Species news archive
Dam threatens survival of Mekong dolphins
The Lao government’s decision to forge ahead with the Don Sahong hydropower project in southern ...
Major victory in conservation battle against oil company
Serious allegations against Soco validated by OECD agency
Governments commit to decisive and urgent action to tackle global wildlife poaching crisis
Heads of state, ministers and high level representatives of 46 countries, today committed to taking ...
France destroys illegal ivory
France today destroyed three tonnes of seized ivory
New footage reveals family life of elusive Amur leopard
Video footage released today of one of the most endangered species on the planet, the Amur leopard, ...
Rhino poaching statistics highlight need for action against crime
Record number of rhino poaching deaths in South Africa last year
Today’s gorilla protectors reflect on Dian Fossey’s legacy
Mountain gorilla conservation comes into focus as Google honours pioneering primatologist
Hidden soy on supermarket shelves masks assault on nature
The invisibility of soy on supermarket shelves masks the major contribution that it makes to ...
China destroys seized ivory in symbolic move
Top ivory consumer China destroys tusks seized from traffickers
Snow Leopard cubs a sign of hope for species on the brink
Frolicking snow leopard cubs show population is bouncing back