This rhino is being moved to relative safety, but the species is still critically endangered
Good news for rhino fans: last week, researchers announced the first live encounter with a Sumatran rhino in Borneo for over 40 years. But the human pressures that have pushed this species to the brink of extinction are still very much in play.
Nordic forest in Romania. Trees in the Retezat National Park in the Carpathian Mountains
It's the International day of Forests today
and a quote by Mahatma Gandhi springs to mind: “What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to one another.”
Yesterday the Chancellor, George Osborne, unveiled his latest budget and Jeremy Corbyn took the Prime Minister to task on his clean energy policies during Prime Minister's Question Time. Yesterday's budget revealed at a sugar tax, a new theatre in Merseyside, and more cuts but what did yesterday’s parliamentary business tell us about the environment?
If you tuned into the news this morning you might have heard how Hinkley nuclear plant has suffered a further blow. The finance director for EDF, the French energy firm that plans to build the nuclear reactor, has resigned amid rumours that going ahead with the new nuclear plant could leave the company in ruins.
They say you don't know what you've got until it's gone but in reality you do...You just didn't think you could lose it. We last had an EU referendum in 1975. The vote to stay in was overwhelming. There are dozens of reasons why we all know the UK should stay in the EU - here are my top 3.
Dolphin around the Esperanza in the Atlantic Ocean
It’s March and it's Dolphin
Awareness Month! Dolphins are extremely intelligent and social animals that live in pods, can swim at a speed of up to 25 miles per hour and maybe able to dive up to
1,000 feet - as well as jump as high as 20 feet out of the water. These images document why we need to protect these magnificent creatures!