With water availability being a global threat whose effects are visible today, the UN and World Bank Group seek to promote sustainable measures and tackle a coming water crisis.
The Mediterranean sea has become the main obstacle for thousands of migrants and is also the most polluted water basin in the world.
World Meteorological Organization concluded 2015 made history with shattered temperature records, intense heatwaves, exceptional rainfall, devastating drought and unusual tropical cyclone activity.
Scientists from Australia, Brazil and Spain will use a wireless sensor network to monitor wildlife in the Amazon.
UNEP’s Wild for Life campaign seeks to reverse the illegal trade in wildlife by raising awareness, enforcing stronger laws and helping local communities in stopping this trend.
60% of primate species in the world are in the brink of extinction and 75% have declining populations.
The IUCN Red List update reports four out of six great ape species are now Critically Endangered.
Modification in precipitation patterns, deglaciation processes, and rising sea levels are some of the reasons why large urban centers represent great vulnerability
Environment has slowly become a new arena for human rights. The demand for natural resources and land for industrialization purposes has increased in the last decades, creating a clear conflict between economic interests and environmentalists.
The Wapichan community is using drones to monitor their land and fight against illegal logging an mining.
Brazil still has a long way to go in the field of ecotourism. There are accounts of people being accidentally bitten, and once a man retaliated by punching the dolphin
With 95% of their electricity coming from renewable sources Uruguay's green revolution is endangered by the percentage of green house gases produced because of their growing beef industry.
Saturday 25th March we’ll listen to musicians share their love for the planet and fight climate change through their music.
Keeping animals in cages in spite our love for them is a recipe for tragedy.
World protected areas reach only 15% of its land but crucial biodiversity zones are left out.
The results would be devastating to all living beings
At Walden Pond, the ecological changes revealed in the sediments of the last century were more extreme than anything in the previous 1,400 years, and some were unique in the history of the pond.
With still four months left in the calendar humanity has already exhausted Earth's budget for the year.
Latin American countries should worry about tire disposal as it poses environmental damage.
With 6,435 km of coast line the country has a 164 MW wave energy potential.
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