Droughts and downpours, exacerbated by climate change, could threaten the survival of Africa’s most iconic predator.
Our IUCN photo of the week is of the mighty Rhino – this proud beast is now under threat all around the world – with a rapidly changing habitat a major cause of depleting numbers
This week’s photo of the week, the zebra population facing extinction from climate change and drought.
This week’s photo of the week, the Olive Ridley turtle faces multiple threats such as poaching and fishing.
The Amazon’s blue-headed Parrot is becoming increasingly vulnerable to deforestation across central and southern America.
The Galapagos Islands are home to some unusual inhabitants threatened by climate change but the isle’s unique placement to study global environmental change is less well known.
This week’s IUCN photo of the week is of a water lily, which relies heavily on clean water and healthy ecosystems to flourish
This week’s photo of the week focuses on the risks of climate change to the survival of the seal.
This week’s photo of the week, the plight of disappearing woodland.
This week, the challeneges posed by rapid population growth and urbanisation.
Will gender inequality continue to hamper the move towards sustainable development?
This week’s photo of the week illustrates the importance of having freshwater supplies and the threats placed on these supplies by climate change.
This week’s photo of the week comes from the Northern Hemisphere’s Boreal Forests.
This week’s photo of the week, what will be the impact of melting glaciers on wildlife in Kenya?
Our latest photo of the week shows extreme weather’s impact on the Netherlands.
This week’s photo of the week shows the implications of glacier melt in Greenland on rising sea levels.
This week’s photo of the week; the importance of protecting biodiversity and ecosystems.
This week’s photo, to coincide with Desertification Week, shows the effects of this phenomenon in the USA.
This week’s photo of the week shows scientists working in the Antarctic, where last week new research gave scientists good news as it found some penguin species numbers could be higher than originally thought.