Pesticides and climate change are causing declines in butterfly populations.
Soaring temperatures and menacing monkeys are just some of the environmental events that made the news this week.
In Zambia, a sanctuary is giving orphaned chimps a second chance at life.
Delhi's monkeys continue their reign of terror, even after multiple efforts to deal with the problem.
Climate fiction is becoming an increasingly popular genre in a time of climate change and growing global inequality. Here are some of the best books from the cli-fi world.
Marine wildlife researchers have found a new species of shark in the waters off the coast of the central American state of Belize. The WWF says the revelation serves as a conservation message.
The long and perhaps not-so-green journey of a Valentine's Day red rose.
A whale stranding on New Zealand's Farewell Spit has left hundreds dead. Rescuers have worked to save survivors.
Why don't we eat crooked cucumbers and knobbly carrots? Because they're hard to find. Time to live on the edge.
Can Germany's renewable energy sources hold their own during the nation's long, still and dim winters?
If you're #doingyourbit for the environment, upload your story for the chance to be featured on Global Ideas.
Saiga antelopes are notoriously elusive. But you can see them in our latest interactive experience.
Palm oil is practically everywhere: whether it be food, cosmetics or gasoline. I wanted to know how to avoid it.
Scientists are desperate following the latest news regarding the world's smallest porpoise.
What have Donald Trump and Beyoncé got in common? They both have animals named for them.
From bark beetles to fall armyworms, when insects band together they can wreak crop havoc and threaten food security.
Baby elephants have become the status symbol for Sri Lanka's wealthy. Now the government is trying to halt the trend.
When the monsoon floods parts of Assam, wild animals get hurt or separated from their herds. But help is on the way.
The splitfin flashlight fish has a cool feature: a built-in, natural stroboscope. But why?
In our multimedia special, we visit South Africa to find out why rhinos are being poached into extinction.
We showcase people and projects worldwide whose ideas are helping to conserve biodiversity.
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