Where Shepherds Save Wolves — Thanks to Buddhism

Wildlife conservationists have struck upon a unique new tool — spiritualism — to turn communities that fear predators into their saviors.

The Unlikely Dolphin Rescue Hot Spot: Pakistan

One of the world’s rarest dolphin species was on the brink of extinction.

The Group Saving Africa’s Stunning Painted Dogs

They're among the most endangered mammals in Africa –– this conservation center may be your only chance to see them.

Botswana, Where Elephants Are Key Election Stakeholders

A recent decision to lift a ban on elephant hunting could swing the upcoming election and reshape global conservation efforts.


The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.

The Water-Saving DJ of Brussels

Yoeri Bellemans has a simple fix for wasted H2O: an app directing city agencies to construction sites that are already pumping out groundwater.

The Next Steve Irwin Brings Species Back From the Dead

Forrest Galante, the star of Animal Planet’s Extinct or Alive, has spent his life in communion with the animal kingdom.

She's Making Things Right If a Tiger Kills Your Cow

Sunita Dhairyam realized that helping rural villagers was the best way to save India’s wildlife.

How a Tiger Reserve Is Saving an Indian Village From Sex Work

An Indian village that once lived by carnal commerce is learning hospitality in the heart of the jungle.

To Green or Not to Green: The Big Dilemma for Oil and Gas Majors

Investments in clean energy aren’t leading to revenues yet, underscoring a growing struggle over their future.

The Scotsman Who Imported 'Imperial Trout' to Kashmir

Francis James Mitchell was part of an “acclimatization” movement that sent exotic species to distant lands.


The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

In Cape Town, 'If It's Yellow, Let It Mellow' Is Practically Law

The South African capital’s crippling water crisis has spawned a host of new taboos and industries.

Pakistan Fights to Save the Adorable and Endangered Pangolin

Their numbers are shrinking in Pakistan faster than anywhere else, sparking the start of a bottom-up resistance, against the odds, to save the animal.

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