Trees actually grow faster as they get older, making them star players in a forest’s carbon storage
What happens to tropical trees when the animals are gone?
One of the most convincing studies on nature and health found that patients in hospital rooms with views of trees recover more quickly.
Iain Woodhouse, an expert in remote sensing at the University of Edinburgh, spends a lot of time looking at the forests of the world through the eyes of satellites.
Hands-off approach is best for forest recovery after a major storm
A technology borrowed from supermarket checkouts is poised to revolutionize rainforest conservation from Africa to Indonesia to Latin America.
Extreme longevity can lead to a false sense of permanence. By Rachel Sussman.
Human racket may harm trees
New DNA and forensic techniques could curb illegal logging
Plastic stoppers threaten cork-oak habitat
That merlot with the plastic bottle-stopper may be threatening biodiversity, according to a study of bird life in the Mediterranean oak forests tha