Wildlife Conservation

Earth is on the verge of a sixth mass extinction. Extinction rates are 1,000 times higher than it normally should be. About 1 million plant and animal species will face extinction in a few decades. 80,000 acres of land is deforested everyday for farms. The cause for these catastrophes? Humans. We need to take action now. It’s our duty to work with one another to help save our environment. The first step to taking action is to be knowledgable and aware of our world’s environmental issues.

Latest Wildlife Conservation Articles

Simple Steps that Help Reduce Deforestation

In this article, I'm going to explain how to reduce deforestation of forests by carrying out simple and effective actions that you...

Tips for Camping Without Affecting the Natural Environment

Summer camping is fun, but it can have harmful consequences on the environment. To do so responsibly, I am offering these recommendations....

How You Can Protect Our Marine Species

Offered below are a series of tips to work on the non-pollution of marine and oceanic waters, either directly or indirectly, because...