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Mangroves

Climate-driven changes to the distribution of species across the world are having increasingly profound implications across human society,...

Sperm whale stranded in Pegwell Bay

ZSL has a fascinating series of scientific events planned for 2017, debating some of the most pressing issues facing the natural world.

Male badger. Image (c) Seth Jackson

ZSL-led study dispels fears that badger vaccines could encourage spread of TB to cattle.

The meeting attendees stand outside ZSL, where the discussion over the place of nature and the environment post-brexit was held at ZSL

Government Minister, Robin Walker, has joined ZSL to discuss environmental science and conservation post-Brexit.

Living Planet Report 2016

ZSL events explore implications for science, policy and consumer lifestyles in more depth.

Elephants_Living Planet_2016

New data released by WWF and ZSL reveals that urgent action is needed by governments on conservation, climate change and sustainable development...

Common frog

UK study suggests human activity may be helping fuel an outbreak of a deadly frog disease

Badger tracking release

New study raises important questions for policymakers and farmers working to control bovine TB.

Mountain chicken frog

Scientists battling to fight a lethal amphibian disease on two islands in Caribbean have witnessed what is believed to be one of the fastest range...

ZSL Scientific Award winners

Zoological Society of London reveals annual award winners