Category Archives: biodiversity

George Monbiot, the celebrated British thinker, adventurer and, yes, provocateur, has written nothing short of a global manifesto for addressing the worldwide conservation crisis. Monbiot’s Read on…

Many years ago, there were sweet (and a bit cheesy) television ads for a phone company whose motto was: “We’re all connected!” They tugged at Read on…

Our mother is the wonderful person who gave us life, nurtured us, and is always there for us. To all the mothers reading these words, Read on…

SavingSpecies’ contributions to ecological science and achievements in conservation are getting noticed in a big way. In a 17 April 2013 News Feature, the acclaimed Read on…

As we near the successful conclusion of our third project, saving species in Colombia, we are looking for new projects to fund! Read on if Read on…

Dr. Stuart Pimm, Founder and President of SavingSpecies, provides the following report on the progress for the golden lion tamarin restoration project after his December Read on…

Guest Post by Clinton Jenkins The variety of life on Earth is not spread evenly, but is concentrated in very special places. SavingSpecies has been Read on…

Science-based conservation. That’s one way in which SavingSpecies sets itself apart from other conservation organizations. It’s also how we help ensure that our precious donations Read on…

Thank you for visiting our news page. Here is one-stop shopping for news on topics related to conservation, biodiversity, the environment, endangered species and their Read on…

Guest Post by Altaire Cambata Biodiversity loss involves the decline and extinction of species. It’s something that’s been happening since life first evolved on Earth. Read on…