By The Guardian on April 6, 2013
The scientific and economic arguments used by the UK government against a suspension of neonicotinoids have already been rejected by most major EU nations
By Michael Brune on May 23, 2011
For several years now, the U.S. Senate has proclaimed the third Friday in May to be Endangered Species Day. This year, the day has extra significance. The Endangered Species Act (the only thing standing between countless species and extinction) has come under unprecedented attack.
By Timothy Hurst on January 14, 2011
A new short documentary by the International League of Conservation Photographers, “Witness: Defining Conservation Photography,” explores the images and talks with the some of the world’s leading conservation photographers about the work, the reasoning, the history and the business of conservation photography.
By Timothy Hurst on December 1, 2010
As members of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society celebrate the christening of their newest vessel in Fremantle, Australia, 5,000 miles to the north, the Japanese whaling fleet has yet to leave port, with the whalers’ factory ship still in port at Innoshima, Japan.