Population numbers for the majority of marine wildlife species have declined by half since 1970, with many species down as much as 75 percent.
Modern-day hunting practices are affecting the behavior and evolution of various wildlife species.
Birders are keeping hope alive that the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker will re-appear “on the wing” somewhere in the swamps of the Southeastern U.S…
This new infographic from Dive.in shows how pollution and other environmental ills are making the ocean a dirty and dangerous place for humans to recreate in and eat from.
Dear EarthTalk: How is it that our more effectively managing ocean resources could help us better feed the world? — Missy Jenkins, Boone, IA Hunger is a growing problem around the world, in both developing and developed countries. As our population continues to rise, the amount of arable land per capita is declining and climate change […]
This 10-minute production shows how stocking lakes with non-native species for recreational fishing in Washington State and elsewhere around the U.S. may be compromising the integrity of our most remote and pristine ecosystems.