Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33% in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good news
In 1968, a ban was implemented on tiger hunting and it was quickly followed by a ban on the export of skins.
With a sharp decline in the number of bees, the food supply in India is under direct threat.
A ground-type limited time event is underway with more Pokémon, items and rewards for players.
Researchers all over the world are pioneering techniques for making delicious and nutritious meat.
Formal e-waste recycling is essential for a circular economy and will ensure the country is prepared to manage the forthcoming IoT age
The support is in response to illegal farming, logging threatening Colombia's forests ecosystems.
Every species has a role to play in maintaining a balance in the natural world — relationships that are under threat today.
Earth Day 2019: Migrations remind us we are one among a million other species looking to survive, sing and love
Migrations and movement — both long and short, epic and local, are the best reminders that our Earth is shared with other creatures.
Without a plan, we will lose the wealth of species that have taken millions of years to evolve.
VR and serious gaming are said to be new frontiers in environmental education as per the study.
Earth Day 2019 Highlights: Here's how the world is celebrating 49th edition of International Earth Day on 22 April
Millions of people from over 192 countries participate annually in this day of global action towards saving the planet.
Insights generated by the global proliferation of AI tools will also usher in a new era of more data-driven decision-making
We need to talk about the environment today more than ever, what better a day to get the ball rolling?
Occasions like Earth Day provide an opportunity to reflect on the current state of the environment, and what we can do to improve it. What is the environmental reality that faces India? From an impending water crisis to waste segregation and climate change’s effects — what are the issues we need to tackle head on? What hope do we have of, combating them?
Google Doodle will take you around the planet and introduce you to six unique organisms living on it.