Latest News from Conservation

A pile of ivory tusks

With MPs due to debate the closure of the UK’s domestic ivory market today, ZSL joins NGO partners in urging Westminster to reflect growing public...

Slender billed vulture

A new assessment of the country’s bird life finds a fifth of species are under threat.

The under belly of an angel shark swimming through the sea

Collaborative strategy launches to protect species in its last stronghold

Herd of giraffes in Kenya

The iconic giraffe, one of the world's most recognisable animals and the tallest land mammal, is now threatened with extinction.

Black rhino in the Massai Mara, Kenya. Photo: Renaud Fulconis / Awely

After a weekend of coding at six zoos across the globe, a project designed to get the public involved in the fight against illegal wildlife trade...

Zoohackathon - Team Lookout working

Technology triumphs at ZSL London Zoo’s first-ever Zoohackathon.

Conservation optimism

New summit aims to celebrate wildlife conservation success and highlight hope for the future.

Chabils the cheetah and her cubs

ZSL is delighted to have contributed to a number of positive results at this crucial global conference on illegal wildlife trade.

African elephants

Global conservation community moves to close illicit domestic ivory markets.

Two African elephants

ZSL active at CITES CoP17 across number of proposals to support elephant conservation