The most resilient cities aren’t the ones that fight the water back—but the ones that absorb it.
In the paramos in Colombia, SABMiller is working with other private- and public-sector organizations to save the country’s threatened natural water reserves.
How to defuse the population bomb: Provide people with a steady diet of soap operas and reality TV shows that depict modern, urban lifestyles.
A technology borrowed from supermarket checkouts is poised to revolutionize rainforest conservation from Africa to Indonesia to Latin America.
Pastoralist PR is dreadful. In the classic cautionary tale, communal land ownership inevitably leads to overgrazing. But maybe the story’s got it wrong.
In developed countries, people are consuming less.
In protected areas across the planet, locals are waiting for the benefits of conservation to improve their lives. And waiting and waiting… By Fred Pearce.
As uniformity replaces diversity, some of your favorite fruits could be on the cusp of extinction. By Fred Pearce.
After years of failed attempts to merge market economics with rainforest conservation, the US$60 billion carbon market might finally be the ticket.
John Fa is the first researcher to frame the bushmeat crisis as a protein crisis. And his analysis suggests that wildlife activists are behaving like Marie-Antoinette: “Let them eat cake.