Ridding Macquarie Island of pests pays off as seabirds come back from the brink – but recovery has just begun
One of the largest publicly funded conservation investments in history is starting to pay off on Macquarie Island.
Amid warming temperatures caused by climate change, some farmers in Italy are cutting back on growing traditional crops of the country, instead focusing on producing fruits that are commonly grown in tropical areas.
Gondolas unable to navigate some of its famous canals as Venice faces prospect of another drought
A flock of lawn-mowing sheep have been mobilised to trim unruly grass surrounding the ruins of Pompeii as part of an agricultural initiative for the site that also includes plans to revive ancient vineyards.
In a historic vote, Italy has made protecting the environment part of its constitution.