Crowdsourced monitoring made simple
Martin Fluker’s innovation for ecosystem monitoring requires little infrastructure beyond strategically placed wooden posts and some bright green paint.
Forget woolly mammoths. The business of copying cats is quietly making headway. First, scientists reprogrammed eggs from everyday house cats to contain instructions for building wild ones.
It is very likely that in the eastern US today, more people live in closer proximity to more wildlife than anywhere else on Earth at any time in history.
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.
Urban birds use cigarette butts to keep parasites away
What a plant feels
Caught between circuses, theme parks, museums, and menageries, zoos are struggling to be leaders in the conservation world. Getting there may mean letting some animals go.
Artists and ecological restorationists have a lot in common: both work experimentally with materials that are sometimes unpredictable.
People in Wisconsin have become more afraid of wolves