Garry Rogers is an advocate for wildlife and nature conservation. His debut novel, Corr Syl the Warrior, takes place on an earth on which the animals are smarter than humans. "A beautifully written YA novel that will captivate environmentalists and sci-fi fans of all ages" Kirkus Reviews (starred review).
Non-native predators could threaten endangered species in Colorado River. Colorado wildlife managers will try to curb expansion of non-native northern pike in Summit County’s Green Mountain Reservoir by paying anglers a $20 bounty for each fish they deliver to the … Continue reading →
United Nations leaders say that famed World Heritage sites around the world are facing a significant threat from climate change. Increasing floods, melting glaciers and more wildfires are among the risks cited in a new report from UNESCO’s World Heritage … Continue reading →
Just how strictly controlled the process is becomes obvious when it emerges that the task of those 50, during two weekend meetings in June and July, will be to produce ‘a short independent guide to help every South Australian understand … Continue reading →
Wildlife products and drugs both fuel massive levels of international crime, according to a new United Nations report. A massive new report published this week by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) proves what conservationists have been … Continue reading →
Exclusive: All mentions of Australia were removed from the final version of a Unesco report on climate change and world heritage sites after the Australian government objected on the grounds it could impact on tourism. Guardian Australia can reveal the … Continue reading →
Leaders of the UK, US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the EU urge all countries to join them in eliminating support for coal, oil and gas in a decade. The statement did not define precisely what the G7 consider … Continue reading →
Senegal’s heavily forested southern region of Casamance will have no tree cover left by 2018 if illegal logging driven by Chinese demand is not addressed, a Senegalese ecologist warned Thursday. Source: Senegal’s southern forests may disappear by 2018: ecologist | … Continue reading →