Latest News from Conservation

Plastic pollution on the beach in the Philippines

ZSL (Zoological Society of London) to give expert conservation advice about plastic pollution during UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon alongside...

three children holding an oyster

Project to restore oysters around UK coastline launches school lesson packs to inspire children to protect oceans

natural rubber plantation

International conservation charity ZSL assess world’s most influential natural rubber companies, including leading tyre and glove brands, on their...

tope shark

Project SIARC (Sharks Inspiring Action and Research with Communities) offers communities the chance to get involved in safeguarding some of the...

Oil palm sapling field

Analysis by international conservation charity ZSL finds that 93% of palm oil producers have not assessed climate risk, despite the industry...

ZSL staff member on speedboat

New landmark study led by conservation charity ZSL reveals results of first full ‘health check’ of London’s famous river in 60 years.

Seagrasses

Experts from ZSL and the University of Portsmouth turn science into a practical toolkit on how to restore seagrass habitat, which can tackle...

plastic bottles on a beach

ZSL and Bangor University study reveals plastic and climate change crises exacerbate one another and urge that they must be tackled in unison to...

juvenille angel shark

Local diver snaps first ever underwater photos and videos of Critically Endangered juvenile Angelshark – providing further evidence that the...

london thames seal

ZSL’s annual seal population survey highlights Thames’ role as important ecosystem ahead of global summits for environment and nature