Tag Archives: Human Wildlife Conflict
10 everyday activities you didn’t know were eco-friendly
For the eco-conscious citizen who already recycles, conserves water, and turns out the lights but wants to do more to help the planet.
Rewildling Europe – Why wolves, bears, and other carnivores are making a comeback
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.
Lights Out programs prevent over 200,000 bird-window collisions annually
Collisions with windows kill millions of migratory birds each year. As more and more cities find, preventing such bird deaths is as easy as the flip of a switch.
5 reasons we shouldn’t kill every last buzzing, annoying, blood-sucking mosquito
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?
8 creative ways to reduce human-wildlife conflict
Conflict often arises when the needs of animals are pitted against those of growing human populations. For scientists, the obvious answer to reducing human-wildlife conflict is…chili powder, bees, and strobe lights?