Tag Archives: biodiversity
Are large contiguous marine reserves more effective than small MPAs or MPA networks at protecting the ocean?
Bears, wolves, and other large carnivores are difficult to conserve for numerous ecological and social reasons. These conservation challenges make a string of recent species recoveries that much more surprising.
The mechanisms behind emerging diseases are often poorly understood, and the path forward towards recovery is often unclear. Is it possible to effectively fight wildlife epidemics and save endangered species?
With so many species and ecosystems in dire need of protection, which ones are the most important to save? Do popular iconic species have more conservation value than a obscure ones?
Carbon sequestration is a powerful argument for wide-scale reforestation. But does reforestation with an agenda pose a danger to the future of forest biodiversity?
Mosquitoes are the deadliest creatures on the planet, and we have the technology to destroy them. So why haven’t we wiped them out yet?
Bhutan’s overarching commitment to sustainable progress is the backbone for one of the greatest conservation success stories of our time.
In 2015, four countries protected an area of ocean in marine reserves the size of India. Thats nearly 3 million square kilometers!
Some have called it the greatest environmental crisis of the century. But you can take action to address the crisis in three easy steps.
Google Street View is nothing new, but scientists are embracing the technology to inform their research like never before.