A population of African green monkeys deemed invasive living on a Caribbean island has recently come under the spotlight.
Our Head of Education, Laura Gosset, explains why our wildlife charity is so concerned about climate change and how nature can help address the climate crisis.
Born Free’s International Policy Specialist Adeline Lerambert, and Head of Policy Dr Mark Jones, report on the outcomes of the global biodiversity meeting that has taken place in Canada.
On the 13th of December, Born Free’s education team held a free zoom webinar for secondary school students, asking the question: What is the world doing for biodiversity?
As COP15 reaches its climax, Born Free urges the world’s Ministers attending this critical meeting to adopt a robust, transformative, measurable, and humane global framework for protecting nature and wildlife.
Born Free reports on the countdown to the adoption of the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework under the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity.
It’s World Wildlife Conservation Day and Born Free’s Head of Conservation Dr Nikki Tagg encourages each of us to play our part in coexisting with nature.
Ahead of COP15 of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, Born Free, is urging the world’s governments to ensure targets are ambitious, actionable and have the wellbeing of all wildlife at their core.
The conservation world has been focussed on Panama over the past two weeks, where the 19th Conference of the Parties to CITES, the global wildlife regulator, took place.
Born Free reports on a continuing crisis for wild animals and local people in Kenya, as a devastating drought, the worst in decades, continues to grip eastern Africa.