As global leaders head to Glasgow for the UN’s climate summit, we’re getting our heads down in the studio in preparation for our latest exhibition that will shine a spotlight on extinction.
We’re stoked to be part of For Cop’s Sake! – an art exhibition by Re:Ply Skateboards and Route One in response to the climate crisis.
As we turn the chapter on an exceptionally challenging year, we take a moment to look back on the things that went well for Under the Skin in 2020.
Since being hunted to near-extinction by the whaling industry, humpback whales have made an amazing recovery. But with new dangers now lurking in our waters, we need a long-term solution to protect this magnificent mammal.
As Black Lives Matter demonstrations continue to take place around the world, we catch up with social activist Adenike to hear her story.
The coronavirus pandemic has swept across the globe and touched every one of us. With humans in lockdown, nature has responded positively to give us a glimpse of what we could experience if we changed our destructive ways.
We’ve all seen images of gorillas and jaguars in conversation campaigns, but does our support for these animals mean we’re overlooking the struggles of lesser-known endangered creatures?
Wandering albatrosses form lifelong partnerships, but an increasing number of pairs are being torn apart by forces beyond their control. Their happy ending depends on us.
The silver-backed chevrotain was once a species lost to science and the world. Its recent rediscovery has gladdened the hearts of those of us who mourn species that have disappeared, and brought with it hope to the entire conservation community that all is, sometimes, not lost.
As we begin 2020, the 'turn of the decade', we look back at ten pivotal moments for Under the Skin throughout the past year.
An innovative conservation project harnesses elephants' natural fear of bees to resolve conflict with farmers and help save their lives.