Prague Zoo announces birth of first ever baby pangolin in Europe
Last year, Prague zoo received a pair of critically-endangered pangolins from Taipei. Now it announced the birth of a baby pangolin, the first ever to be born in Europe.
Nature lovers get rare chance to admire world’s smallest water lily in bloom
Visitors to Prague’s Botanical Garden in Troja have a rare chance to see the world’s smallest water lily in bloom.
Injured wolf saved by crowdfunding efforts returned to wild
A wolf found lying injured in a ditch in September has now fully recovered and been released back into the wild, despite initial reports that this would not be possible.
Controversy over reforesting Bohemian Switzerland in wake of devastating blaze
Last summer parts of the Bohemian Switzerland National Park were ravaged by a devastating wildfire. Now there is controversy over whether is should be reforested.
Czech scientists warn toxins from fireworks can result in acute smog poisoning
Czech researchers from the Academy of Sciences are warning about the damage that the harmful chemicals from fireworks can do to our health.
Czech project offers imperfect Christmas trees
A new initiative, called Zachraň stromek or Save a Tree, offers locally grown trees that would never make it to the market due to their imperfections.
Scientists announce major breakthrough in efforts to save endangered white rhino
An international team of scientists working to save the northern white rhino from extinction has announced a major breakthrough.
Czech start-up receives medal for biodegradable polystyrene substitute made from mushrooms
Czech firm Myco's mycelium-based packaging offers a biodegradable alternative to polystyrene – and received recognition for it at this year's Energy Globe World Awards.
Czech scientists explore possibility of plastic-eating cyanobacteria tackling ocean waste
Scientists at Mendel University in Brno are exploring the possibility of using cyanobacteria to clean up plastic waste in the oceans.
Czech students occupy universities demanding climate action
University students across Czechia are taking part in protests against climate change, calling on the government to take immediate action.
Czech-Icelandic music and film project highlights climate change
Fyield, a group of musicians from Czechia and Iceland, have just released the LP Future Landscapes. The unusual projec is aimed at boosting awareness of climate change.
Czech scientist finds moles can shrink their brains in wintertime
Immortalised by Zdeněk Miler in animated film, the mole now has another Czech connection – a Czech scientist helped unearth its unusual strategy for surviving winter.
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