Jeremy Cronin has gone out of his way to use his standing in the movement to help facilitate the counter revolution, writes Thami Ntenteni.
The Johannesburg Zoo finds itself embroiled in another legal controversy after three elephants were caught on video in seeming distress on Elephant Day, according to animal experts.
Conservationists doubt theory that lifting hunting ban and controlling elephant population will stem attacks on humans.
July 29 marks the date that scientists have calculated humanity has depleted its annual limit of natural resources. But what does this actually mean, and why should we be concerned?
The AI may also eventually combat poaching and predict animal behaviour.
Climate change combined with galloping tropical deforestation is cutting off wildlife from life-saving cooler climes, heightening the risk of extinction, researchers said.
India's coral reefs are under threat from rising temperatures of the oceans and plastic pollution.
Thousands of endangered sharks are killed each year in the North Atlantic due to a lack of protection against overfishing in international waters, Greenpeace said.
Two suspected rhino poachers have died after their car overturned while trying to escape from game rangers in Zimbabwe.
The black softshell turtle was declared extinct in the wild as far back as 2002,
There are fresh fears for the future of the Cape Peninsula's caracals following a study showing widespread exposure to rat poisons.
Scientists hope the images will reinforce the case for creating the world’s first protected area for basking sharks in this part of the sea.
Experts began negotiating the most comprehensive scientific assessment ever of the role the land we live off plays in climate change, expected to highlight the stark choices humanity faces to feed 10 billion people while preserving Nature.
Elephants in a recent study picked out larger amounts of seeds by smell alone. Some could smell the difference between 150 and 180 sunflower seeds.
Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island.
Authorities are battling against a trade seeing more than 300 million European eels trafficked from Europe to Asia each year.
Young's Carrara Marble structures are 8m below the sea and contribute to conserving the area's underwater ecosystem.
The famous black eagle male who has been an institution at the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens since 1998 has still not returned since going missing on June 8. And, according to Black Eagle Project Roodekrans chairperson Gerald Draper, he is unlikely to return.
The male black eagle that has been a resident of the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens since 1988 has still not returned after going missing more than a week ago.
Drought-stricken communities in the Eastern Cape are set to benefit from an innovative mobile water-generation project launched by World Vision South Africa, and funded by the Bill Ford Better World Challenge.
A pangolin - the world's most-poached mammal - that was saved from poachers is slowly being reintroduced into the wild. And he has a new mate, to boot.
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