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Any visitor to southern Chile’s ancient Valdivian rainforest could be excused for missing the tiny and unassuming Barrio’s frog, one of the world’s rarest amphibians.
Big cats like lions and tigers cannot survive unless they have plenty of wild animals to eat. Those wild animals cannot survive in sufficiently large numbers unless their habitats remain intact.
A new UN report warns that illegal logging, illegal caviar trade, mass-killing of wild birds and poaching of bears, wolves and lynx threaten biodiversity and livelihoods in the Danube-Carpathian region stretching over 15 European countries.
Humanity’s relationship with nature has changed profoundly as civilization has evolved and societies have become increasingly urbanized and globalized. Our demand for natural resources and ecosystem services has grown to the point where i
UN Environment is delighted to announce the appointment of British Broadcaster and Adventurer Ben Fogle as the UN’s new “Patron of the Wilderness”.
Nairobi, Kenya & New York: UN Environment and Discovery Communications today announced a dynamic multimedia partnership to raise further awareness about the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges and to highlight inno