We’ve lost A68, the world’s largest iceberg
In 2017 the world’s largest iceberg, known as A68, detached from the Larsen C ice shelf and began drifting along the ocean. Today, it has almost entirely melted away.
Animals have always been my passion. I grew up watching National Geographic documentaries with my dogs. I love great movies, unknown music and most of all spending time with my Pippi Longstocking. One day I dream of opening a sanctuary for animals in need.
Favourite quote: "Magic exists. It just lives inside the heart of animals. If you’re lucky, sometimes, they’ll share it with you".
This is the last white giraffe left in the world. Thanks to a GPS device its movements are being tracked to protect it from poachers.
David Nabarro of the WHO analyses worldwide actions against the pandemic. Lockdowns alone aren’t a sustainable response to stopping Covid-19.
The latest updates on the strikes and events being held around the world for the global day of climate action on 25 September.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Earth Overshoot Day 2020 falls on 22 August, over three weeks later than in 2019. A blessing in disguise?
100,000 mink will be culled in Spain after testing positive for coronavirus. Meanwhile, the Netherlands abandons mink farming completely.
Single-use face masks and gloves used as protection from the coronavirus have been found on the shores and in the waters of major European rivers.
Over 350 elephants in Botswana have died in the Okavango Delta region. The cause of this catastrophic die-off is still unknown.
The dog meat festival in Yulin – where ten thousand cats and dogs are butchered – is taking place this year, notwithstanding the coronavirus pandemic.
A video shows the violent arrest of indigenous Chief Allan Adam, who was beaten by two Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers.
The 31st of May was the 100th day since Italy’s first coronavirus case. Some of the most important moments that have left their mark on the country.