Articles Tagged with the word ‘wildlife’
06 May 2013
10% of profits from new mobile phone service will go to WWF
15 Apr 2013
Fish stocks and fish diversity are increasing in some English rivers following the work of community groups
21 Mar 2013
The United Nation’s International Day of Forests aims to inform people across the world about how important trees really are, and why they need our help
16 Mar 2013
Proposed fishing policy protecting endangered stocks and banning discards and has been given the majority vote by MEPs
11 Mar 2013
Forging "a truly harmonious relationship" with Mother Earth is at the core of the Bolivian government's creation of a new protected wetland – an area bigger than the Netherlands and Belgium combined - making it the largest of its kind in the world
26 Feb 2013
Having dropped a policy allowing English woodland to be sold to the private sector, the government is now committing instead to preserving it for future generations
19 Nov 2012
Developed countries are set to double their funding support for vulnerable marine areas, following a UN biodiversity conference
01 Oct 2012
Evermore popular with tourists, the Galapagos is finding innovative new ways to share its beauty with visitors while conserving its unique flora and fauna
28 Sep 2012
Former BBC journalist Marie Gabriel swaps the stresses of modern city life for the natural ease of a remote Polynesian island
22 Sep 2012
A pod of dolphins living in the waters of a Japanese island have been declared citizens by local fishermen, in a bid to save them from slaughter
22 Sep 2012
A group of leading scientists has publicly proclaimed that animals possess cognitive abilities similar to humans
17 Sep 2012
A new voluntary catch limit set by fishermen in Lyme Bay is thought to be the first example of self-regulation by the British fishing community
30 Jul 2012
Martin Wright reports on the quest for a green, restorative Games in London
13 Jun 2012
A 400-hectare nature reserve comprising saltmarsh, lagoons, reedbeds and ponds is to be created on the Steart Peninsula, near Bridgwater, Somerset
10 Sep 2011
Following sightings by wildlife experts in Kent, otters have now been confirmed as having returned to every county in England.
20 Jul 2010
The Woodland Trust are offering tree planting packs as part of an initiative to help schools, youth clubs and community groups get planting.
19 Mar 2008
Learn about wildlife on the new Nature Detectives fab' website,investigate where you live, start anature diary, do springwatch and help real scientists research climatechange.
18 Dec 2007
In one of the world's most successful recovery programmes, lasting two decades, the Mauritius Echo Parakeet has been brought back from the brink of complete extinction.
17 Sep 2007
Monkey lovers will be delighted to hear that a large troop of an endangered breed has recently been discovered in Vietnam.