NOT REGISTERED? REGISTER HERE
Hide Advanced Search - Show Advanced Search +

We found 159 results for:

Endangered species protection ×
Clear

Title
& Description

News Outlet
& Journalist

Date
& Location

MEDIA TYPE
& LENGTH

Atlas Obscura

Ashley Stimpson

27 July 2021

San Francisco, California, United States

Text

800-1500 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

The endangered San Francisco garter snake has made a comeback due to conservation efforts at the San Francisco International airport. They built ponds and wetlands to make the conditions ideal for the snake to thrive ...

High Country News

Louise Johns

4 June 2021

United States

Text

Over 3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Research suggests that in the 1500s there were 30 million to 60 million bison, 400 years later roughly 1,000 remained. Today, their ecosystem, the Great Plains, is one of the most endangered in the world. However, the...

BBC

Veronika Perkova

5 May 2021

Placencia, Belize

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
1
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

After a hurricane hit the coast of Belize in 2001, it essentially destroyed the coral reefs in Laughing Bird Caye National Park. Lisa Carne wanted to start transplanting coral to regrow the reefs, but it took five yea...

Financial Times

Andres Schipani

27 April 2021

Nanyuki, Kenya

Text

800-1500 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
1
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

More and more park rangers, judges, prosecutors, and wildlife investigators are working together to stop poaching in Kenya. Through training and a new app that allows all parties to track wild animals in a protected c...

BBC

Claire Bates

27 April 2021

Tanzania

Podcast

Over 15 Minutes

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Detection dogs and their handlers can be trained to sniff out any number of problems. In eastern Africa, the Canines for Conservation project has deployed dogs to search for poachers and illegally harvested wildlife p...

Honolulu Civil Beat

Brittany Lyte

16 April 2021

Hawaii, United States

Text

800-1500 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

After a five-year effort to reintroduce the alala bird on Hawaii’s Big Island failed, conservationists are looking into releasing the nearly extinct Hawaiian crow on a different island. Of the 30 birds released in 201...

Tygodnik Powszechny

Krzysztof Story

8 April 2021

Poland

Text

Over 3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Scientists, NGOs, conservationists, and the government worked together to bring the Polish wolf back from the brink of extinction. Methods like GPS tracking and genetic sampling have helped politicians made decisions ...

BBC

Daniel Gordon

6 April 2021

Java, Indonesia

Podcast

Over 15 Minutes

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

As human infrastructure continues to threaten animal habitats, researchers are coming up with ways to use artificial structures as bridges for these creatures to get where they need to go. In Indonesia, irrigation pip...

Reuters

Akhona Matshoba

Tanisha Heiberg

29 March 2021

Johannesburg, South Africa

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Over 55,000 people have become “virtual rangers,” helping to protect South Africa’s Balule Nature Reserve from poachers. Officials at the reserve teamed up with Samsung and Africam to increase the ability to keep watc...

National Geographic

Emma Gregg

23 March 2021

South Africa

Text

800-1500 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
1
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

The Black Mambas are an all-female anti-poaching and ranger unit based in South Africa’s Balule Nature Reserve. They patrol on foot and by vehicle to remove bushmeat snares and look for evidence of illegal poaching ac...

WUNC

Jay Price

2 March 2021

Jacksonville, North Carolina, United States

Radio

3-5 Minutes

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

A unique partnership between the U.S. military, conservation groups, private landowners, and state and local governments has allowed the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker to grow in numbers. By working together, they...

bioGraphic

Emily Sohn

Carla Rhodes

23 February 2021

Assam, India

Multi-Media

Over 3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Purnima Devi Barman has been building trust and working with various community members to save a stork species called the greater adjutant in India. Because of her work, she has inspired more than 10,000 women and the...

Atlas Obscura

Winnie Lee

16 February 2021

Longicharo Island, Kenya

Multi-Media

800-1500 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

The nonprofit group Save Giraffes Now, the Kenya Wildlife Service, the Northern Rangelands Trust, and local community members are working together to save the endangered Rothschild’s giraffe species. Rising lake level...

The Guardian

Chris Baraniuk

19 January 2021

Namibia

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Tens of thousands of vulnerable bird species have been saved over the last decade thanks to new equipment that has been installed by Namibian fishing boats. By fitting colorful hosepipe to lines towed behind boats, a ...

Earth Island

Juliet Grable

22 December 2020

Klamath, Oregon, United States

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Conflict prevention specialists for USDA Wildlife Services in southwest Oregon work with livestock producers to deter the local wolf pack from killing livestock. The specialists patrol overnight, making noise so that ...

KUNC

Luke Runyon

21 December 2020

Randlett, Utah, United States

Radio

3-5 Minutes

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Scientists and environmentalists are working to keep several fish species native to the Colorado River basin from going extinct. Through interventions like fish hatcheries and wetland management, some fish numbers lik...

bioGraphic

Katie Jewett

Luka Dakskobler

15 December 2020

Slovenia

Multi-Media

Over 3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Scientists in Slovenia are working to understand the mysteries of salamanders — known as olms — that live in natural caves and how best to protect this vulnerable species. Industrial pollution infiltrates the water sy...

Cronkite News - Arizona PBS

Christopher Howley

Dylan McKim

Michael Hannan

15 December 2020

Alpine, Arizona, United States

Multi-Media

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

As the Mexican wolf population neared extinction, the Arizona Game & Fish Department and the Endangered Wolf Center have been placing pups born in captivity in wild dens. This effort, known as cross-fostering, has bee...

Terrain.org

Amy Yee

10 December 2020

Watamu, Kenya

Multi-Media

Over 3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Local Ocean Conservation is in Watamu, Kenya has made approximately 21,000 turtle rescues and "treated more than 650 turtles in its rehabilitation center and clinic" since it's inception in 1997. The group responds to...

South Dakota News Watch

Mark Andersen

24 November 2020

South Dakota, United States

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

A band of farmers in South Dakota are reviving “heritage turkeys,” an ancient breed of turkeys that went nearly extinct in the 1990s. There can be a learning curve and upfront costs when working with heritage turkeys,...

Atlas Obscura

Amy Yee

24 November 2020

Rwanda

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Rwanda’s Akagera National Park, once a conservation failure, has been revitalized with fences, patrols, and new technology to become a successful wildlife park. The government partnered with conservation group African...

Al Jazeera

Neeta Lal

8 November 2020

Pub Majir Gaon, Assam, India

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

After a conservation biologist noticed that the number of birds in her Indian village dwindled over the years, she knew she had to take action. Purnima Devi Barman started to help educate her community about the histo...

Mongabay

Tony Carnie

28 September 2020

Durban, South Africa

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

A cheetah conservation project in South Africa has helped the cat population rebound over the years by securing them in wildlife reserves. The Cheetah Metapopulation Project started in 2011 when there were 217 cheetah...

Honolulu Civil Beat

Kevin Knodell

6 September 2020

Hawaii, United States

Text

800-1500 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Members of the Marine Corps in Hawaii often pull double duty: military training and endangered species protection. For example, in June, the Marines roped off 13 green sea turtle nests on a local beach. Part of their ...

Mongabay

Claudia Geib

31 August 2020

São Raimundo, Brazil

Text

800-1500 Words

ADD TO COLLECTION
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

After high demands for arapaima fish led to near extinction, a co-management system in the Amazon rainforest has resulted in the recovery of the fish as well as the economic empowerment of local women. The work includ...

I WORK IN, TEACH, OR STUDY JOURNALISM Not a journalist, but I want to learn about solutions.
AS A MEMBER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
  • Access our training curriculum or attend a training
  • Share your stories
  • Join a local community of journalists
  • Attend story workshops and events to hone your craft
  • Get funding and additional support
  • Access the full Solutions Story Tracker®
  • Save favorite stories and create collections in your user profile
  • Receive emails containing the above offerings via occasional email throughout your membership
TO JOIN, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION (*=REQUIRED)

Not a journalist? Register here instead.



Your information will be used to complete your application, and to subscribe you to occasional updates. We will only send you relevant information, which may be sent to you through any channel for which you provide contact information to us. We may use this information to target content we send you, but we will never sell or transfer your information to 3rd parties for commercial or advertising purposes. We may use your information to connect you to 3rd parties for the purpose of improving your membership and enriching your professional network. You can unsubscribe at any time from any content delivery channel, or from all of them, though unsubscribing may prevent you from participating in the opportunities provided by this program. View our full privacy policy here.

Here is what you will get:
  • Unlimited access to thousands of stories from around the world
  • First look and access to new features, tools, and resources
  • Curated newsletters with top stories
  • Invitations to SolutionsU® community events
  • Receive emails containing the above offerings via occasional email throughout your membership
  • And much more to come…
It’s easy and will take less than 2 minutes.

Journalist or J-School? Register here instead.



Your information will be used to complete your application, and to subscribe you to occasional updates. We will only send you relevant information, which may be sent to you through any channel for which you provide contact information to us. We may use this information to target content we send you, but we will never sell or transfer your information to 3rd parties for commercial or advertising purposes. We may use your information to connect you to 3rd parties for the purpose of improving your membership and enriching your professional network. You can unsubscribe at any time from any content delivery channel, or from all of them, though unsubscribing may prevent you from participating in the opportunities provided by this program. View our full privacy policy here.

Photo Credits: Almudena Toral; Cody Pope; Matt Stokes; Kriston Bethel; Noah Friedman-Rudovsky

All other photos are licensed under Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike 2.0 Generic Creative Commons license, and are credited to the following photographers: Rowan El Shimi; Samuele Arcidiacono; Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2017 © DW/H. W. Lamberz

Thank you to SurveyHero.com for letting us create online surveys for free