Olivia Rosane – The population of a marine parasite that sometimes worms its way into sushi has increased by 283 times in the last nearly 40 years.
Jordan Davidson – The United Nations famously protects cultural heritage sites, but for the first time it has recognized the unique culture of animals.
Michael Beck and Pelayo Menéndez – Hurricanes and tropical storms are estimated to cost the U.S. economy more than $50 billion yearly in damage from winds and flooding.
Johan Augustin – With the problem growing more acute, local organizations and youths are spearheading the fight against plastic waste.
Andrea Germanos – New papers detail severe threats facing insects, how their plight is intertwined with humanity’s, and available solutions to address the crisis.
Rhett Butler – Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon continues to rise, according to data from Brazil’s national space research institute INPE.
Olivia Rosane – Two men connected to a famous monarch butterfly reserve in Mexico have been found dead within a week of each other.
Madison Dapcevich – To aid North American bumblebee conservation, a group of researchers identified which flowers bee species prefer.
John Vibes – The milestone was even verified by the Guinness World Records organization.
Elias Marat – From 130-150 pilot whales and 10-20 white-sided dolphins were brutally killed this year.
Elias Marat – This could lead to the planting of billions of trees.
John Vibes – Wyss hopes that his contribution will be able to protect 30% of the planet by the year 2030.
John Liberty – He has purchased nearly 40,000 acres over the last decade.
Vic Bishop – This is what a single person can do in the face of extraordinary ecological crises.
Anna Hunt – Driven by their passion for nature, this couple has done the impossible.
Vic Bishop – A huge win for animal rights activists who’ve been fighting exploitation of tigers for years.
Rhett A. Butler – Peru sets up 3.3M acre reserve home to un-contacted tribes, endangered wildlife.
Morgan Erickson-Davis – When a mining operation threatened this pristine piece of wilderness, she acted.
Rhett Butler & Jeremy Hance – “Jane Goodall is not only arguably the most famous conservationist who ever lived, but also the most well-known and respected female scientist on the planet today…”
Paul Sutherland, Mongabay Waking Times New research shows most Americans place importance on the protection of the ailing monarch butterfly, which is experiencing a steep decline in numbers. The study,…