Tag: Championing ecological research
Nearly 30 years after the golden skiffia disappeared from Mexico’s waters, our conservationists have helped to return the rare fish to the wild.
Ahead of what conservation experts have labelled a “crucial summit” on biodiversity this spring, we’ve released a new paper, sharing our plans to step up our global role in PREVENTING EXTINCTION.
The climate crisis our planet is facing is of great concern for many young people. The education sector has an opportunity to play a vital role in the legacy of COP26.
MPs debated the new Animal Welfare Bill and took the opportunity to stress the INVALUABLE role that zoos play in preventing extinction.
At the end of a long journey through the 2020-21 academic year, our Industrial Placement Students reflect on their growth and plans for the future.
A NEW BBC wildlife series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough and Prince William features our work promoting sustainable palm oil.
After an incredible summer celebrating the Olympics in Tokyo, here in Britain the British & Irish Association of Zoos & Aquariums are handing out gold, silver and bronze to some of the very best projects among zoo conservation in their annual awards.
An endangered frog from South America, with a rather unfortunate nickname, has gone on display at the zoo for the first time!