Escalating climate change impacts on species prompt IUCN review of emerging field

A major IUCN co-authored paper published on October 11, reviews the relatively new field of assessing species’ vulnerability to climate change, as experts warn that time is running out for many species.

Largest ever survey on wildlife rangers unearths severe lack of basic healthcare, training and equipment

As nature continues to decline across the world, worsened by unrelenting levels of illegal logging and rampant poaching, wildlife rangers are one of the planet’s last line of defence. However, ahead of London’s Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference this...

Palm oil giant’s new action plan won’t fix deforestation

The new action plan released today by Wilmar International, the world’s largest palm oil trader, is not fit for purpose and will not keep forest destroyers out of its supply chain, according to Greenpeace International.

Civil society groups urge Chancellor Merkel to commit to coal phase-out

Nearly 100 civil society organisations from across the world have sent a joint letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, urging her to intervene in the escalating crisis over the future of Hambach forest, and commit to a swift and just phase out of...