“Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and the Planet” is the theme of this year’s World Wildlife Day
Australia’s bushfires devastated koala populations, but a first-ever mix of capture and genetics could aid a marsupial comeback
Redesigning ship propellors and installing acoustic “curtains” could lower the volume on anthropogenic noise that disrupts ocean life
Decoy sea turtle eggs containing tracking tech are new weapons against beach poachers and traffickers.
Here are some brief reports about science and technology from around the world, including one from Costa Rica about decoy sea turtle eggs with the potential to catch poachers.
Careful monitoring and up-front investment are necessary to ensure reforestation efforts yield benefits for communities and biodiversity
Conservationists urge Biden to dismantle it quickly, especially in key habitats
The first step is to redefine our concept of what a garden should be
An initiative in Arctic bird conservation shows the value of cooperation across geographical and political boundaries
Dozens of frogs, fish, orchids and other species—many unseen for decades—may no longer exist because of humanity’s destructive effects on the planet
Environmental journalist Ben Goldfarb talks about his book Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter.
The business of these cafés is growing, which could boost the illegal wildlife trade and have negative implications for wild animal populations
Despite perils such as oil spills and high-speed ferries, the bay has plenty of safe spots for this charismatic threatened species
Resilient corals in Miami may signal what the future holds for these creatures
Part territorial call, part pair bond affirmation, their cries break the silence of a frozen Siberian landscape
What Herman Melville left out of his classic novel
Understanding the full impacts of warming requires factoring in the complexity of ecosystems
They’re important for agriculture, but they’re not so good for the environment
Here are some brief reports about science and technology from all over, including one from the United Arab Emirates about the the first interplanetary mission by an Arab country.
Members of the International Coral Reef Initiative have agreed on the steps we must take. Now governments have to act