Scientists sifted five continents and three oceans to find 70 new species last year.
A team of scientists are developing a successful experiment to help recover and maintain endemic trees in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Mexico.
After years of overfishing, habitat loss and climate change, biologists have spotted the return of endangered salmon in various San Francisco Bay Area streams.
National honey yield data for Nepal in 2021 is not available, but beekeepers predict it would be even worse than 2020, due to a lengthy monsoon season.
Non-native species are entering Antarctica's ecosystems by catching rides on ships from 1,500 global ports that come to the region, according to a study.
Plants reproduce using seed dispersal, often relying on wildlife to carry their seeds and spread them so that their offspring don't grow in their shadow.
Halting deforestation and restoring damaged landscapes are essential to combating global climate change. Learn how companies are playing their part.
This report provides a vision for cities of the future and the needed systemic shifts to develop BiodiverCities that place nature at the heart of decision-making and infrastructure invest...
Recent research to assess the effects of extreme heat and drought on urban tree species revealed that many city-based trees struggle in warmer conditions.
Between 2009 and 2018, coral cover has progressively declined by 14% putting reefs and the biodiversity that relies on them at risk.
Inequality is a threat to our social fabric, but it’s not just a human problem. A new study shows the animal kingdom is riven by inherited privilege.
In an interview, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and of the environment looks at how data can inform and support vital conversation efforts.
Chalk streams support an exceptionally high number of species and are sometimes described as “England’s rainforests” - but more radical action is needed to protect them.
Researchers forced the world’s only enclosed rainforest, Arizona's Biosphere 2, through a four-month-long controlled drought and recovery to learn more.
Research shows that for a long time limpets have been important to humans for many reasons, including as a food source and religious symbols.