The process is estimated to cost $9 millions and some have questioned the practicality of pouring such heavy financial resources into saving a species that is already at the brink of extinction, rather than using the money to protect existing healthy rhino populations:
“I believe it is more regenerative for the land and I think it benefits rural economies,” one farmer says.
The Białowieża Forest in Poland and Belarus contains some of the last remaining old-growth forests in Europe. Protections are strong in Belarus, but some areas in Poland are managed as commercial forest and the Polish government has now authorized a threefold increase in logging.
He's "6 ft tall and 5,000 pounds if it matters."
“If we’re not taking care of those aquifers, we will not have access to the resource. We cannot do anything if we do not have the basic input, the water.”
They can't move or control their body temperature. And understanding that is key to understanding a changing world.
The world's smallest porpoise species has been brought to the edge of extinction by illegal fishing in Mexico. And it's not even the porpoise itself that fishermen are after.
No-till farming is being championed by farmers and environmentalists alike. Here's why.
Would you buy wolf-friendly meat? That's one idea Carol Bogezi has to help cattle ranchers in Washington state learn to live with wolves.
Lionfish is a delicacy that’s catching on in restaurants. But in this case, conservationists are begging you to eat your fill.
A hundred years after the US started its National Park Service, China starts building its own nationwide network of conserved places.