World's wildlife population has declined 60 percent in last 40 years: WWF

World’s wildlife population has declined 60 percent in last 40 years: WWF

Wildlife numbers plummet by 58% in 40 years – and it could signal a sixth mass extinction About 60 percent of the world’s fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles have been wiped... Read more »
World Environment Day 2016 - Go wild for life

World Environment Day 2016: UN urges action against illegal wildlife trade

World Environment Day 2016 is bringing attention to the illegal trade in wildlife. Greater public awareness, public engagement, and public mobilization will be required, according to the United Nations Environment Programme(UNEP) “in... Read more »
Number Of Wild Tigers Increases For First Time In 100 Years

Global wild tiger count rises for first time in 100 years

The number of wild tigers across the globe has increased for the first time in a century thanks to improved conservation efforts, wildlife groups NEW DEHLI (India) – The number of tigers... Read more »