At ZSL, we are proud of the work we do. To give you an insight into the work our conservationists, scientists, and volunteers achieve on a daily, weekly and monthly basis, take a look at our latest blog posts below.
We found that at least 1,829 of 10,196 reptile species (21%) are threatened, compared with 41% of amphibians, 25% of mammals, and 14% of birds. For reptiles, this represents a staggering 15.6 billion years of unique phylogenetic diversity at risk.
It is only a few seconds of black and white footage, but video from a remote camera trap in Thailand has given new hope to ZSL’s team of pangolin conservationists.
Director of Conservation and Policy, Andrew Terry, reflects on COP15 and what it means for nature
We reflect on the progress – or lack of – made so far at COP15
You’ve no doubt already heard that the world’s forests play a vital role in combating greenhouse gases. But did you realise that some are significantly better at it than others?
Mark Catesby was one of the most influential naturalists of the early 18th century, and his famous work remained an authority on American natural history for over 100 years!
The need for joined-up, global decision-making on climate action and biodiversity conservation has never been clearer than in the case of the world’s reefs.
The second of a four-part series is about how art's history is shaped by the environment and scientific endeavours, and reflects diverse human-nature relationships.
There are many routes into a career in island conservation and many different organisations that have established programmes in this field.