Ahead of COP26, Prince Charles speaks to the BBC about his personal action and decades of campaigning.
Tourists flock to California’s famous sequoia trees, but wildfires are threatening their existence.
Jennifer Manning-Ohren is turning her community into a highway to help the endangered creatures.
Ahead of COP26, Ros Atkins looks at what the world’s biggest emitters are doing to tackle climate change.
The clean-up continues and the cause is still unknown after an oil spill in California.
Dr Stephan Spiekman explains what we know about the new species, which lived over 200 million years ago.
Fancy a job with great sea views? Meet the engineers who maintain turbines off Yorkshire’s coast.
Why putting in a pond could be the biggest DIY thing you can do to boost biodiversity.
Greta Thunberg, the climate activist, uses a speech to mock world leaders, including UK PM Boris Johnson.
Children will face up to three times as many extreme climate events as their grandparents, research suggests.
Wastewater plants release microplastics into the environment, but could manta rays hold the key to a solution?
Scientists warn that under the current melting rate even major glaciers are at risk of disappearing.
A seal is found swimming off the Northumberland coast with a rubber ring stuck around its neck.
Scientists describe a familiar armoured dinosaur but there’s something very unusual about it.
It is time for humanity to grow up on climate change, Boris Johnson has said in a speech to the United Nations in New York.
Cities like Sydney are already experiencing extremely hot days because of climate change.
All schools and colleges in Cornwall will be given litter pickers made from old hospital masks.
The ocean covers over 70% of the planet. It is our source of life, supporting humanity’s sustenance and that of every other organism on earth. The ocean produces at least 50% of the planet’s oxygen and acts as a carbon sink. It is home to most of earth’s biodiversity and is the main source of […]
Did you know that Rocklands, in the northern Cederberg, is the world’s premier bouldering destination? Located on the Pakhuis Pass, close to Clanwilliam, the area is a magnet for climbers from all parts of the world. This is because of the range of challenges for every climbing grade thanks to the variety of sandstone structures in […]
CapeNature is proud to announce that it’s Public Private Partner (PPP), world-renowned De Hoop Collection, is participating in the entity’s annual Winter Campaign by offering 40% off their exquisite accommodation, located at the De Hoop Nature Reserve. 68% of local businesses in South Africa are reliant on the domestic market. The impact of the global […]
CapeNature is proud to present our first annual State of Conservation Report (SoCR 2020) which will be showcased via a webinar on the 20th May 2021. The biodiversity of the Western Cape is characterised by a wide variety of ecosystem types, species abundance and high levels of endemism. This means that many species found here […]