A team of scientists are developing a successful experiment to help recover and maintain endemic trees in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Mexico.
A 30-year satellite study has found a causal link between deforestation in west Africa with more storms and flash flooding, particularly in coastal towns.
Halting deforestation and restoring damaged landscapes are essential to combating global climate change. Learn how companies are playing their part.
Despite the importance of shea trees to humans, animals and the environment, shea parklands are under intense pressure and more must be done 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.
A new study shows that tropical forest regrowth is an effective and low-cost, nature-based strategy for promoting sustainable development in deforested areas.
The ability to identify certain animals living in an environment through environmental DNA, or 'eDNA.' could revolutionize conservation and wildlife monitoring
Many people have said that COP26 was ‘Nature’s COP’ – and there are many reasons to celebrate the collective action that was announced in Glasgow.
Wildfires across the globe have emitted 1.76 billion tonnes of carbon in 2021, equivalent to more than double Germany's annual CO2 emissions.
A free-tree scheme in the Netherlands is proving to be a sustainable success
America is seeing a growing trend in green spaces governed by local residents, bringing conservation, educational benefits and income to communities.
How do we know that measures to reduce carbon and protect the environment really work? Satellites and artificial intelligence may be the answer.
Nature-based solutions help protect and restore ecosystems to address socio-environmental issues but can policymakers do more to unlock their potential?
The challenges and opportunities of forest conservation finance offer lessons for harnessing private investment capital for conservation more generally.
A new study shows that outdoor workers in the world's lower-latitude tropical forests may face health risks relating to deforestation and climate change.