Karen Lloyd has lived on the edge of the British Lake District for most of her life. Today she is trying to understand more about the impacts of climate events and the loss of biodiversity in this unique landscape.
Meeting Dr. James Watuwa: A Ugandan vet who’s typical day can include rescuing a snared elephant, collaring a lion, or surveying mountain gorilla populations for the Ugandan and Rwandan governments.
In our latest podcast we hear from Miriam Supuma, a conservationist from Papua New Guinea, who tells us about birds of paradise, cultural identity and how traditional knowledge can preserve biodiversity
This International Women and Girls in Science Day 2022, explore our Good Natured podcasts featuring 10 inspiring female conservationists.
Read about how the Giraffe Conservation Foundation's Khomas Environmental Education Programme (KEEP) helps to inspire thousands of young Namibians by leading them on an exciting exploration of the natural environment.
Here comes the shortlist of the Lost Fishes Art Challenge we ran with Shoal!
Through storytelling in classrooms, film making and producing social media content, Fionnathan inspires interest in nature through optimism and spreads a message of radical inclusion.
The Bio-Diverse Festival 2020 is a week of scientific talks, discussions, Q&As, and workshops delivered by minority scientists from all over the world! Find out more about the festival now.