Beyond the many events staged by governments and UN Environment, people and businesses worldwide are gearing up for World Environment Day.
Some of them may be ugly, bothersome and keen to bite you, but bugs are key workers in the natural systems that keep us and the planet healthy
On 5 June, millions of people around the world will celebrate World Environment Day - the global day for positive action to protect nature.
Chief Warden and Director Emmanuel de Merode sees Virunga National Park as a beacon of hope in a seemingly dark and tumultuous world.
An initiative in Santa Monica, California aims to bring people together in nature to boost their health
Landmarks from China and Thailand to Morocco and Canada will be bathed in green light to remind citizens of the need to protect the environment
How living systems provide clues on how to create sustainable, life-friendly designs
Does your child spend too much time slumped in a chair staring at a smartphone, tablet or TV screen, and too little time outdoors, running, riding...
For World Environment Day 2016, three endangered Giant Sable Antelopes were named and fitted with GPS collars to help conservationists in Angola...
The iNaturalist community is boosting conservation and discovering new species, such as Andinobates, an Andean poison frog (pictured)
Tourism is one of the world’s largest industries, contributing trillions of dollars to the global economy and supporting the livelihoods of an...