Conservation

The VICE Guide to Right Now

India's Prime Minister Spent Some Time Doing Survival Shit With Bear Grylls

A Man vs Wild teaser shows Narendra Modi rowing a boat, making his own weapon and venturing into the wild.
Shamani Joshi
7.30.19
pollution

You’re Literally Sprinkling Plastic On Your Food

A study published this week in ‘Environmental Science & Technology’ sampled salt brands from across the globe and found 92 percent contained microplastics.
Kaleigh Rogers
7.30.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

An Indian High Court Rules That Animals Are Legal Persons

But then, can you eat ‘legal persons’?
Shamani Joshi
6.4.19
environment

The Philippines is Fast-Losing an Endangered Buffalo Species Found Only in its Islands

The country has used the tamaraw, a beloved animal endemic to its shores, as an icon from coins to cars to sports teams – but can't seem to find a way to save it.
Edgar Alan Zeta-Yap
6.3.19
Conservation

Mammals Are Dying at an Alarming Rate Even in Unpolluted Forests

Scientists made maps to show how mammals in an intact habitat still face major pressures from human hunters.
Becky Ferreira
5.15.19
crime

This Woman Killed Hundreds Of Elephants For Their Ivory. Cops Finally Caught Her.

Chinese criminal Yang Fenlan faces 15 years in prison for managing an organized group that poached endangered elephants
Edoardo Liotta
2.21.19
Conservation

The 'World's Loneliest Frog' Finally Has a Mate

A male Sehuencas water frog, thought to be the last of his kind, will be bred with a female recently caught in the wild.
Sarah Emerson
1.16.19
Photos

This 85-Year-Old Woman Teaches Injured Penguins to Swim

Dawn lessons for survival at an Auckland beach.
Tess McClure
1.10.19
Australia Today

It's Now Legal to Steal Crocodile Eggs for Fashion In Australia

Crocodile hunters in Queensland, Australia are allowed to raid wild nests and hatch the eggs for luxury goods.
Gavin Butler
12.19.18
dead whales

Rotting Whale Carcasses Are Bringing Risk of Shark Swarms to Australian Coast

The government of Western Australia revealed that a historic number of dead whales littered its beaches this year.
Sarah Emerson
12.17.18
predators

As Ocean Predators Recover, Humans Need to Learn to Coexist

It’s great that sharks, whales, and sea otters are bouncing back in some marine areas. But it may also increase human-wildlife conflicts.
Becky Ferreira
11.23.18
Conservation

Tiger Bones and Rhino Horns Are No Longer Banned for Medicine in China

A 25-year ban has been altered to allow the animal parts to be used in medical research and healing, despite the fact that both species are worse off now.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.2.18
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