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African elephants 'suffer worst decline in 25 years'
The number of African elephants has dropped by around 111,000 in the past decade, a new report released Sunday at the Johannesburg conference on the wildlife trade said, blaming the plummeting figures on poaching.
Reclusive pangolins require global spotlight to survive
Reclusive, gentle and quick to roll up into a ball, pangolins keep a low profile.
South African President Jacob Zuma opened the world's biggest conference on the international wildlife trade in Johannesburg Saturday with a warning of the dire consequences of failing to tackle the demand for elephant ivory, .......
Pink water as drought saps Great Salt Lake
On the southern shore of Utah's Great Salt Lake, more than 100 boats are sitting high and dry in a parking lot, unable to sail the shallow, drought-stricken sea.
Rusty patched bumble bee proposed for US endangered species status
Federal wildlife officials on Thursday made a formal recommendation to list the rusty patched bumble bee as an endangered species because it has disappeared from about 90 percent of its historic range in just the past two decades.
Global conservationists and policymakers meet in South Africa from Saturday to chart a way forward in the fight against escalating wildlife trafficking that could drive some species to extinction.
US Interior Department touts efforts to protect sage grouse
A broad effort to save the greater sage grouse across the West without resorting to the Endangered Species Act is making progress, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Wednesday.
Developed oil, gas and coal reserves, if exhausted, are enough to push Earth well past the threshold for dangerous climate change, according to a report published Thursday.
Heat records shattered for 16th consecutive month
Last month was the hottest August in modern times and marked the 16th month in a row when global records for heat were shattered planet-wide, U.S. authorities said Tuesday.
Borneo loggers swap chain saws for cheap health care
The forest around Manjau in Borneo once reverberated with the scream of chain saws, as gangs of illegal loggers felled ancient hardwood trees for sale to timber merchants downstream.
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