Captive breeding can prove to be a useful conservation approach in restoring populations of diminished wild animals. After the death of “Lonesome George” in 2012, the Galapagos now has a real conservation success story to tell of a closely...
From January to June this year, over 30,000 hospital appointments have been missed by patients either not turning up, or showing up too late to be seen, NHS data shows. At the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, nearly 14,000 people out...
China’s pollution issues have received intense coverage in the last few weeks as dangerous levels of smog have covered the capital Beijing twice.
Research carried out at the University of Reading suggests that the recent warming of the Atlantic Ocean is to blame for our wet summers
Jacob Beebe questions how far environmental protests should go in light of the fracking debate.
New research has found that increasing temperatures are causing australian central bearded dragons that are genetically male to hatch as females and give birth to other lizards. Some reptiles such as alligators and some turtles naturally have their genders determined...