Instead of leaving your old smartphone in a drawer or having it be recycled, you could help turn it into an instrument that helps save the rainforests
To fight the risk of extinction, scientists are using cutting-edge technology to safe coral reef ecosystems.
Researchers are using satellite monitoring to identify illegally caught fish.
In South America researchers are using camera traps to study endangered species in remote locations.
The qAIRa project aims to measure pollution in La Oroya one of the most polluted cities in the world and the Madre de Dios region.
These are biodegradable, compostable and recyclable bags made from cassava root and natural resins.
Scientists from Australia, Brazil and Spain will use a wireless sensor network to monitor wildlife in the Amazon.
As Climate change is a global problem that requires a global solution, Canada is committed to reducing climate-harming pollutants at home and around the world.
With the largest functioning fog collection project opened in Morocco we wanted to show you its origins.
Researchers have developed a rewritable paper-like surface that can be printed and erased 40 times without a loss in resolution.
A team of scientists says we could use available technologies to learn and imitate the region's natural forms, processes and ecosystems, known as biomimicry.
The projects help scientists to learn more about and find ways to protect these feared species.
The solar powered airplane has arrived in Abu Dhabi after a round the world trip.
Conservationists plan to deploy the eggs this fall in Central America when the arribada or mass nesting occurs.