Photo: Pixabay/Edu_Ruiz We tend to think Antarctica is isolated and far away – biologically speaking, this is true. But the continent is busier than you probably imagine, with many national programs and tourist operators crisscrossing the globe to get there.
The planet has been losing its tropical forests at an alarming rate, but now and then there is a glimmer of good news. One such glad tiding is a new agreement — signed at COP26 by Félix Tshisekedi, president of the
“If we want to address climate change, we need to stop deforestation,” an expert stresses.
Scientists who spotted the long-elusive owl say they hope it spurs biodiversity conservation efforts in Ghana's rainforests.
International collaboration and environmental management across national borders is essential.
Even patchwork landscapes of natural habitat and high-yield farmland can serve to preserve a variety of wildlife species.