New studies on beluga whales and Brent geese reveal that they respond to global warming in conflicting ways, making species survival hard to predict.
Archaeology an under-examined lens into prehistoric land use.
Before 2100, almost every reef in the world will suffer severe coral bleaching annually unless fossil fuel consumption is sharply reduced.
The new president has appointed a former mining executive to a high-level post, worrying indigenous communities that have long protested the company’s harmful extraction activities.
Some airlines are investing in newer planes and working with airports to alter their flight paths and schedules for the sake of reducing noise pollution.
Half of the earth’s land surface not covered with ice remains relatively wild, research shows.
A carbon sink as large as 20 years’ worth of US fossil fuel emissions has been identified in peatland in central Africa’s forests.
A new iied-led project in Kenya and Sri Lanka is exploring whether insurance schemes can compensate women and men small-scale farmers for crop and property damage caused by human-wildlife conflict, primarily from elephants.
Short-lived greenhouse gases will continue to affect the oceans for centuries however much the world achieves by carbon cuts.
Navigating eco-grief with a giant fish.
Scientists call for urgent protection of ecologically valuable roadless areas as map shows that roads lead to loss of biodiversity and damage to ecosystems.
In the second blog in our series considering the role social movements play in promoting climate action, anna walnycki reflects on where the climate movement and inclusive cities agenda meet, and why climate activists should look south to learn from long-standing urban community actors.
Nature’s pandemic positively impacts the environment.
Agrarian change happens at the landscape scale, but making the transition to sustainable agriculture requires an understanding of local benefits and trade-offs.
— This environmental video essay provides a brief explanation and overview of fracking. Specifically, I look at how fracking works, why it’s become so prevalent in the last 15 years, and why there’s been such a large backlash against it. In short, it’s fracking, explained. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:00 [Music] 00:04…
— Mr. Andersen uses chromosome beads to simulate both mitosis and meiosis. A brief discussion of gamete formation is also included. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:07 Okay, today I’m going to model mitosis and we’re going to do it with a simple 00:14 organism. In this organism it’s going to have, we’ll…