Chris Packham called the People's Walk for Wildlife in Central London after growing frustrated with environmental charities and despairing at the loss of biodiversity. And he has only just begun. BRENDAN MONTAGUE reports
A tourism boom in the Yucatán Peninsula is threatening the delicately balanced ecosystems of the Laguna Bacalar. We must regulate tourism and pollution to better protect the ancient organisms that have thrived in its waters, argues HARRY SHEPHERD
We often talk about an overcrowded planet in terms of humans - but what effect does this have on animals? KAITLYN GAYNOR is the author of a new report on how more wildlife is seeking an escape from the masses by adopting a nocturnal existence
The Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy is empowering a new generation of Kenyans to reclaim the conservationist narrative. HUMPRHEY KARIUKI, a patron of the society, explores how wildlife conservation in Africa is harmed by a Western dominated approach.
“Make people smile, and then ask for help”, was a philosophy embraced by the late adventurer Mark Shand. A convoy racing 500km across India in a collection of eclectic vehicles is aiming to do just that. CATHERINE EARLY reports.