An ambitious new project to restore a scarred forest saves tiny monkeys like golden lion tamarins and big cats like pumas. The Mata Atlântica was an extraordinary ecosystem and is now in tatters. SavingSpecies is fighting to save it.
Acclaimed filmmaker, Louie Psihoyos‘s important new documentary, Racing Extinction will make its world broadcast premiere Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 9:00 PM ET/PT, on the Discovery Channel–and SavingSpecies is proud to be a part it!
China-born PhD candidate Li Binbin is a SavingSpecies scientist and she shares a first-person video of what it's like to trek for hours through the bamboo of China's wild forests in search of signs of pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca).
This Thursday, May 22, 2014 is International Day for Biological Diversity. As part of our annual reflection of biodiversity’s importance and the threats faced by life on Earth, Stuart Pimm and the SavingSpecies team invite you to join us in viewing a stirring documentary about global extinction. The film is 'Call of Life', to be aired on Free Speech TV, a few times this Thursday, May 22nd
The influential online environmental science and conservation news site, Mongabay, profiled SavingSpecies' highly effective and efficient approach to tackling deforestation and achieving worldwide conservation goals for biodiversity and habitat for endangered species in an article published February 1, 2014.
Colombia has made impressive progress in declaring a large part of its Amazon rain forest protected for conservation. But there’s another rain forest in Colombia, the Chocó, on the Pacific side of the country. This forest teems with even more species than in the Amazon forest, but it is not as well protected. Ten days ago I was in Colombia with my Colombian graduate student German Forero Medina, about to give a keynote address on REDD–Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation — the subject now uppermost in the minds of those of us who care about biodiversity. I wasn’t […]