New innovations developed as part of the U.S. Department of State's annual Zoohackathon aim to combat wildlife trafficking around the world.
Earth Day is April 22. Celebrate a success story and learn about the reintroduction of the oryx to the wild.
In 2016, governments, organizations and people like you worked hard to save elephants, pangolins, parrots and other critically endangered species.
One in four fish is caught illegally in the waters off East Africa. A global campaign using satellites aims to stop pirate fishing.
Hero Rats have helped doctors detect tuberculosis and have saved lives by finding land mines. Now they have a new mission: Stop the illegal wildlife trade.
Pangolins gained the highest protections against illegal trade at the 2016 CITES conference. Governments also voted to protect elephants, sharks and more.
Teams from Sydney to Seattle to London had 48 hours to open up laptops and tackle wildlife trafficking at the world's first Zoohackathon.
Stricter regulations in the U.S. will further curb the sale of ivory in an effort to reduce elephant poaching. Will other countries do the same?
Some of the world’s most amazing animals are on the brink of extinction. Get tips on how to help save tigers, elephants, pangolins and other wildlife.