The Aquatecture rain harvesting panel, which looks like a giant cheese grater, could be the invention to save Africa from drought.
First the animal-loving superstar saved the world’s loneliest elephant and now she is trying to help Thailand’s only captive gorilla.
South Africa’s top trail runners will descend on the 21km Drakensberg trail to help endangered animals.
The people have spoken: Xiao Qi Ji or ‘Little Miracle’ was one of four Mandarin Chinese names put up for public online vote.
A haunting cry in the middle of the night did not go unanswered – and thanks to that a young sparrowhawk survives another day.
In line with the mission of World Animal Day, young South Africans have stepped up to raise welfare standards and conserve our collective wildlife heritage, starting in South Africa.
The 2020 Clean-Up marked South Africa’s 24th year in the annual International Coastal Clean-Up Day.
Scientific research came to an abrupt halt on Marion Island due to concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic.
Humpbacks should be heading to Antarctica, but three have confounded experts by heading into a crocodile-infested river.
On the first Saturday of September every year, International Vulture Awareness Day is celebrated.
The Tree Canopy Mapping Project will assist the City of Cape Town to effectively manage trees and to plant future trees in areas where it is most needed.
Sea ice plays an essential role in controlling the global climate, but rising temperatures mean it is melting at unprecedented rates.
When an endangered vulture chick looked likely to starve to death on a mountain ledge, a top-secret military drone flew in to save the day.
Ethical concerns over captive marine creatures leads New Zealand-based team to develop a lifelike robotic dolphin.
Given a possible scenario of a global temperature rise of three degrees Celsius, heat will kill more people then disease, study predicts.
A new study by scientists from three countries underlines how dependant our crops are on healthy bee populations.
With our fast-paced lives and our access to social media, fast fashion has become the norm. But at what cost to the environment?
A decline in the global population, an issue that may seem trivial now, is set to become a crucial policy concern in the years to come. Researchers say the fertility rate crash will have major global impacts – a shift the world is not currently prepared for.
The idea may alarm whisky lovers around the world, but a paper bottle will help reduce the world’s plastic pollution problem.
Over 250 million people across the globe have already taken up the plastic-free challenge. There’s still time to join in the effort to reduce single-use packaging for a day, week or month.
That’s e-waste the equivalent size of 350 cruise ships like the Queen Mary 2.
Swellendam shines the spotlight on its efforts to keep locals as safe as possible, with a mass sanitising spray of the town.
Cambridge crops has developed an invisible and non-toxic way to preserve food using silk instead of plastic.
Scientists use drone technology to track female green sea turtles congregating to nest on Great Barrier Reef island.
World Oceans Day aims to remind us why the ocean is important and highlights the biggest threats it faces.