A new proposal could lead to the first-ever global trade regulations for five shark species.
Thailand’s plan to ban its domestic ivory trade is a great step, but much more must be done.
Extending China’s “eco-compensation” system to new areas of forest will help pandas and people.
In China alone, the marine economy generates 9.7% of GDP and 34.2 million jobs.
In China, the wildlife trade is intricately intertwined with evolving consumption habits.
This year has seen a monumental shift in attitude toward consuming shark fin.
The market for illegal wildlife products is rapidly increasing — but this group aims to stop this trend in its tracks.
What will a “green economy” actually look like? The good news is we don’t have to guess.
Visiting some of Asia’s economic powerhouses, I’ve been impressed by a growing focus on marine issues.
Last week, Governor Jerry Brown of California signed a historic bill banning the import of shark fins. All imports will