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Drought Could Impact over 75 per cent of World Population by 2050
If urgent action is not taken around 700 million people will be displaced by drought by 2030
The UAE Turtle Sheikh Saving One of the World’s Oldest Species
Sea turtles, the world’s oldest species are under serious threat but one man – the UAE’s Sheikh Fahim Al Qasimi – affectionately known as the Turtle Sheikh, is on a mission to save them
The Missing Lynx: Big Cats Could Be Released In Britain
They’ve been successfully rewilded in France, Switzerland and Germany so could the once extinct lynx make a return to England to create an eco-tourist big cat territory?
The Rat Pack: Turning Rodents into First Responders
Rescue rats strapped with microphones in mini backpacks, are being trained to locate earthquake victims stuck under the rubble
Arise Again Sir David Attenborough: the environmentalist who has been knighted TWICE
The veteran broadcaster has received a prestigious royal honour for his conservation work nearly 40 years after first being knighted by the Queen
French Protestors Celebrate Saving Eiffel Tower Trees
Officials in the French capital Paris have put the brakes on plans to fell more than 40 trees – one of which is 200 years old – near the iconic Eiffel Tower.
The Party’s Over and We’re Left With a Mountain of Platinum Jubilee Waste!
As well as tonnes of single-use plastic, the left over empty bottles and cans from the Platinum Jubilee parties will stretch around the world
Oman’s First Mermaid Has a Message To Save The Oceans
On World Ocean Day Oman’s only female PADI instructor Ehdaa Al Barwani is urging us to play our part – in and out of the water
Will NFTs Save Endangered Wildlife?
From helping rewild European bison, to safeguarding one of the world’s rarest birds, NFT art is being used as a force for good