The boreal forest habitat, also known as the Taiga forest, is commonly found in parts of Russia, Canada, Alaska and northern parts of Europe. Its distinguishing characteristic is the presence […]
UN-Habitats is made up of a team of nature and biological scientists from diverse backgrounds but with a centered interest on the conservation of wild life and natural resources. Our primary goal is to provide information about nature and wildlife from different regions of the world.
At UN-Habitats we are committed to saving wildlife and wild places, on a global scale, through the understanding and application of science, conservation action, mass education, and importantly, by inspiring more enthusiasts for nature.
UN-Habitats envisions a world where wildlife thrives in healthy lands and seas, valued by societies that embrace and benefit from the diversity and integrity of life on earth.
Everyone in the world has the right to enjoy outdoor recreational activities, to interact and marvel at wildlife and its ecosystems. For us to engage in these activities, nations of the world must address climate change, forge forward towards the use of cleaner energy sources, and make wildlife habitat and communities more resilient to such change.
Together we can be the change that our environment needs.
To most people, desert regions are thought of as lifeless locations where nothing flourishes. There is nothing farther from the truth than this. Deserts usually have a diverse selection of […]