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Japan insisted it no longer hunts endangered sei whales in international waters, but faced accusations of still violating a wildlife treaty by allowing commercialisation of meat from past catches.
In Kenya, as across Africa, populations of the world's tallest mammals are quietly, yet sharply, in decline. WATCH NOW.
De Hoop Nature Reserve, on the Southern Cape coast, is probably most famous for its iconic Whale Trail.
Norway said it would halt Amazon protection subsidies worth 30m euros ($33m) to Brazil, which it accused of turning its back on the fight against deforestation.
Nepal must make training and experience in high altitude climbing mandatory for all climbers on Mount Everest and other high peaks, a government panel said, following the deadliest climbing season in four years.
There's a mesmerising beauty in watching water fall and foam from great heights - and the recent rains in the Western Cape have delivered their own kind of magic along the Dutoits Kloof Pass.
Hundreds of villagers were evacuated and the Greek prime minister cancelled a vacation as scores of firefighters battled a major wildfire on the country's second-largest island of Evia. (Louisa Gouliamaki, AFP)
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It's all systems go for a Johannesburg man who plans to cycle almost 10 500km from Cairo, Egypt, to Cape Town on an electric bicycle.
A raccoon invaded a snack vending machine at a Florida high school; animal control officers worked with a vending machine operator to free then snack bandit.
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg sets sail for New York, heading for a UN summit on a zero-emissions yacht skippered by a member of Monaco's ruling family.
Indonesia has shipped tons of Australian garbage out of the country, an official said, as Southeast Asian nations push back against serving as dumping grounds for foreign trash.
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Australia has announced a A$500m climate change package for Pacific island countries, which have been increasingly vocal in demanding their powerful neighbour curb its carbon emissions.
An Arkansas baby raccoon is now walking again with the aid of a wheelchair after a brain injury had hindered her mobility.
Students at London's Goldsmiths will no longer be munching on canteen staples such as burgers and chilli after the prestigious university announced it would ban all beef products to fight climate change.
While 366 alleged rhino poachers were arrested in the Kruger National Park since the start of last year, 472 white rhinos were poached in the park between April 1, 2018, and July 31, 2019.
Climate change is putting the world’s food supply at risk.With more extreme weather, stable food production will increasingly be imperiled, threatening the poorest populations first, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said in a report Thursday.
An Oxford study from the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit entitled State of the Lion: Fragility of a Flagship Specie details how wild lions have vanished from 95% of their historic range.
Dozens of people clutching bags full of plastic bottles and disposable cups queue at a busy bus terminal in the Indonesian city of Surabaya - where passengers can swap trash for travel tickets.
Humanity faces increasingly painful trade-offs between food security and rising temperatures within decades unless it curbs emissions and stops unsustainable farming and deforestation, a landmark climate assessment said.
Mexico's prickly pear cactus, which is emblazoned on the country's flag, could soon play a new and innovative role in the production of biodegradable plastics.
On Friday a Cape mountain zebra stallion from Gamkaberg Nature Reserve was relocated to help bring new blood to the gene pool at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve.
The challenge, then, is convincing people to use land in ways that do more than maximise short-term benefits. As the most recent IPCC report states, degraded land produces less food and stores less carbon.
Paris is planning grand plans for a new park beneath the Eiffel Tower, which sees some 30m visitors each year.
US President Donald Trump's administration has finalised rollbacks to key provisions of the Endangered Species Act, a law credited with saving the gray wolf, bald eagle and grizzly bear. WATCH NOW.
Volcanic eruptions spewing red-hot magma & shifting tectonic plates mean our future maps of Africa will have a lot more blue on them.
A new technology developed by a South African company is the first to prove effective in killing the polyphagous shot hole borer, a tiny beetle that has been killing trees worldwide at an alarming rate.
A Belgian zoo announced the "extremely rare" birth of twin baby giant pandas, three years after the arrival of a young male, which was a first for Belgium at the time.
Selling water from melted icebergs is big business on Canada's eastern coast, but there are concerns over Arctic warming.
What is otherwise seen as a natural disaster comes as a blessing to these Thailand residents as a drought reveals a lost Buddhist temple
The WWF's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project in South Africa recently translocated its 200th black rhino to a 14 000-hectare reserve in the Eastern Cape.
An autonomous 'SharkCam' has been used in the UK for the first time to observe the behaviour of basking sharks. WATCH NOW.
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