It’s a shame. Conservationists are sitting on the sidelines while the Big Game unfolds before our eyes.
Jason Van Driesche reviews Out of Eden: An Odyssey of Ecological Invasion by Alan Burdick.
How well are we preserving tropical forests and their remarkable biodiversity? The first comprehensive assessment of changes in tropical forest cover has yielded both good and bad news: form
A new paper argues that we are taking the wrong approach to dealing with biological invasions. Right now, we let most species in and hope for the best.
The environmental effects of pesticides may be even worse than we thought.
Having a relatively simple way to assess the effects of conservation corridors is critical to determining whether they are working as intended.
New research suggests that relatively few lions are responsible for most of the livestock kills on African ranches, which means that targeted lion-culling could ease conflicts with ranchers
Huge populations may not be enough to safeguard commercially fished stocks against genetic risks.
Wolves and other top predators may help other species cope with climate change.
“The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function.” -Albert A.