Hunters often cloak themselves in environmental rhetoric, but all too often, they are responsible for destroying nature, not protecting it.
Exotic wood in most of Southeast Asia are gone. The jungles have been ravaged for development that very few of the exotic wood varieties have survived even in the so called national parks.
Canned lion hunting continued into 2015, sustaining the demand for about 1000 new lions per year, raised in captivity for the ultimate purpose of being killed for recreation by wealthy trophy hunters.
Our planet is indeed gasping for breath right now, our harmful pollution is indeed choking her slowly and continues to strip her ozone layer. I think it is about time to give our timely response to this alarming state of the only planet we live in,...
How the Bushmeat Trade Exploits Endangered Animals & Indigenous People "How serious is the problem? The commercial hunting of bushmeat could well lead to the loss of several species, including chimpanzees, gorillas & elephants." Dr. Jane Goodall
Muntjac deer are considered to be one of the most destructive invasive species in the UK. So what are muntjac deer, where did they come from and what problems are they causing for British native species and environment?
Are you looking for sustainable seafood options? Then consider whelks as an alternative for your dinner table. This article includes: facts about whelks, about cooking whelks, how to eat them and a quiz to test your knowledge about s big problem - overfishing.
Invasive plant species have been introduced into the United Kingdom in various ways and they can have a devastating effect on native plant and animal species. So wnat are these invasive plant species and what effects are they having on the environment in Great Britain.
Britain's honey bees face a new threat as Asian hornets are set to reach our shores. What effect will this predatory invasive species have on our native bees and can the Asian hornet be stopped?
Lionfish are used to be known as staple aquarium fish. How do they end up on dinner plates nowadays?