Behind bars, prisoners work to rehabilitate endangered species
Lured by a utopian vision of nature, government agencies for decades carpet-bombed thousands of remote mountain lakes with billions of trout.
Showing how biodiversity cleans up water pollution
What goes on in the stomachs and under the hooves of cows might be the key to turning deserts back into grasslands—and even cooling the planet. By Judith D. Schwartz.
Airport wetland restoration could reduce bird-plane collisions
Eric Wagner reviews A Sea in Flames by Carl Safina.
As though working through the five stages of grief, more and more ecologists are reluctantly accepting that we live in a human-dominated world.
A pioneering study of nature’s recovery times delivers a startling conclusion: that some damaged ecosystems bounce back in decades, not millenia.
Scientists have figured out how to make a river meander in the lab, according to a report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.