Tag Archives | Conservation

Monster of the Deep

Deep-sea biologist Edith Widder shines a light on the mysterious giant squid, which she helped capture on film in its natural habitat for the first time.

Dining on Dinosaurs?

An exploration of the future of food: T-Rex burgers with a side of bugs are on the frontier.

Rarest Gorillas on Planet Caught on Film for First Time

With less than 300 of them left, Cross River gorilla sightings are a rare occurrence.

White Orca Caught on Camera

‘Iceberg’ is the latest in a long line of celebrity cetaceans.

Survey of Sea Turtles Doubles Endangered Species’ Population

A study of nesting grounds in Gabon shows that the majestic sea turtle’s numbers could be far healthier than previously thought.

A Double Threat

The proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline puts the unique ecosystem of the Great Bear Rainforest, and the communities that rely on it, at risk.

A Forest Like No Other

The dense web of natural life found in the Great Bear Rainforest has earned it the deserving nickname, “Canada’s Amazon.”

The War in the Woods

More than six years after a historic agreement to save the Great Bear Rainforest, the promise of protection remains unmet.

The End of the Petroleum Era

[Series] Those who argue that there will never be a final “oil crisis” fail to recognize resource limits.

National Parks, the Arts, and the Public Good

Why the National Parks Project is about much more than capturing stunning landscapes.