Some of the statistics gathered together and collated by Professor Ron Milo at the Weizmann Inst of Science in Israel and his team are staggering.… Read More »Mammals: 96% are livestock and humans, 4% are wild animals
Because of dam building, freshwater fish are in catasrophic decline. It is more black nature news. David Attenborough recently said that we should try and… Read More »Freshwater fish suffer catastrophic decline due to dams
A study titled: Shell mineralogy of a foundational marine species, Mytilus californianus, over half a century in a changing ocean, researched the effect, over a… Read More »Acid seas makes the shells of mussels weaker
A survey has found that the calving rate of humpback whales in the Gulf of St Lawrence off Canada has halved in the past 15… Read More »Is climate change causing failed pregnancies in humpback whales?
There’s been wailing and gnashing of teeth (and I would have joined them if I had known about it) at the felling of a magnificent… Read More »Felling of Hackney tree symbolic of human population growth and destruction of the planet
Liz Bonnin is a French-Irish scientist and natural history presenter. She is a national treasure as far as I am concerned because she spells it… Read More »Brilliant Bonnin Bashes Britain’s Unsustainable Consumption
A research project – which is designed to open the eyes of humankind to the realisation that we can’t go on destroying the planet –… Read More »Human created produce will soon outweigh the entire natural world
The concept of exponential growth is very important to us because it affects our planet dramatically. The population of humans on the planet is growing… Read More »Explaining exponential growth and how it affects wildlife conservation