Mangrove protection and restoration could be an economic way of mitigating greenhouse gases to curb global warming, research suggests.
Vast amounts of plastic have been dumped into the ocean over the last few decades.
Madagascan Pochard were thought to have become extinct in the late 1990s, but were rediscovered in 2006, when conservationists on an expedition spotted just 22 birds at a single site, Lake Matsaborimena (or Red Lake), in northern Madagascar.
Experts believe there are about 50,000 to 60,000 of the two species of orangutans left in the wild, 80 percent of them in Indonesia and the rest in Malaysia.
The plan to channel 53 kilometers (33 miles) stretch of the Danube near the Serbian border would destroy natural banks and turn the river into ‘a lifeless channel’ threatening fish and bird populations, according to World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Environmentalists file a lawsuit against the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) over their naval training exercises off the West Coast involving sonar that they say harms endangered marine animals in the Pacific Ocean including killer whales.
Researchers have discovered that the entire generations of newly born harp seal pups dying due to their disappearing habitat.
Scientists warned that in two decades time some forty five rare species of animals in Australia would go extinct unless countermeasures is in place to stop the threats.
Due to climate change and attacking beetles western forests in North America where the pine trees populate may disappear in the coming decades, according to a study by US and Canadian researchers.
As the world is battling global warming, it is inevitable that being at the receiving end, we need to adapt as what mother nature has dictated us to do. There is a need to cope up the rising seas and the environmental higher temperatures we are now experiencing.