Category: Our Community
One year after we were given a near £1m grant from the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund to create and connect wildlife habitats across the city of Chester, we’ve made major progress in our efforts to recover local biodiversity.
We’ve launched two brand new games to engage even more people with our Sustainable Palm Oil campaign!
We’ve got more than 100 jobs up for grabs – here’s how to apply.
Ready, steady, GO… new Wildlife Champions come together to begin creation of a 10 mile Nature Recovery Corridor.
As the World Biodiversity Summit sparks discussion on the latest ideas and plans to tackle biodiversity loss, Chester Zoo Science Director, Simon Dowell, writes about the path forward for us in tackling one particular area of biodiversity decline…
A NEW BBC wildlife series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough and Prince William features our work promoting sustainable palm oil.
We talk to globally respected forest conservationist Dr Marc Ancrenaz, Co-director of the NGO Hutan, which has been pushing for a sustainable future for wildlife and people in Malaysian Borneo since 1998.
The county of Dorset, the city of Plymouth, the town of Saltash in Cornwall and the village of Mochdre in North Wales have all committed to our ambitious scheme – spearheaded by conservationists at the Zoo – as our nationwide rollout gathers pace.
One of the world’s most endangered primates has been born at the zoo!