A Costa Rican artist uses his brush to highlight his country's natural bounty.
Land reforms in Kenya are blocking wildlife corridors. A rental contract with local Maasai is providing a solution.
The international ivory trade was banned in 1989 - so why has poaching again reached crisis levels in recent years?
Donkeys are stubborn but they're reliable too. That's why they're haulage operator Rufino de la Cruz's favorite animal.
For Moldovan environmentalist Aurel Lozan the oak tree is a mighty symbol of the country's forest.
Otar Phareulidze owns 1700 sheep. But his real pride are his Ovcharkas, traditional caucasian shepherd dogs.
Dakito Atestata is a spiritual leader of Ethiopia's Shekacho people. He's trying to safeguard sacred forest sites.
The river dolphins of the Mekong are already endangered but now they are facing a new threat: a mega dam.
Wetlands in northern Israel offers researchers a huge open-air laboratory. A journey in pictures.
Conservationists are rejoicing at the discovery of a previously unknown lion population along the Ethiopia-Sudan border.
The world's biggest killers are in fact something so tiny - the mosquito.
A tree frog thought to be extinct since the 19th century has been redisovered in India.
German actors Dieter Hallervorden and Detlev Buck tell us how they're doing their bit for the environment.
Recent evidence suggests it was climate change that led to the downfall of the Maya civilization in the 10th century.
A Portuguese shoe manufacturer is trying to make environmentally friendly, affordable shoes that even look good.
Groups and locals are working together to preserve the biodiversity of the Selva Maya, home of the ancient city, Tikal.
Insects can be annoying and even deadly but there's more to them than that.
Have you ever wondered just how much is going on right beneath our feet. There's a whole world down there...
Conserving biodiversity, protecting the climate and inspiring others to do the same. That's the goal of the environment projects that we profile.
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