Wildlife monitoring often happens at the national level: Managers count the number of animals in their country to gauge how well a species is faring.
Given the dangerous conditions, it is incredibly challenging to collect population data on Arctic mammals.
How to defuse the population bomb: Provide people with a steady diet of soap operas and reality TV shows that depict modern, urban lifestyles.
The rate of abnormalities among Scandinavian wolves has tripled over the last three decades, scientists say.
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“Landscapes of death” create conservation opportunities
What does depopulation of Brazil’s forests mean for conservation?
Aging populations curb CO2 emissions
Here’s a climate-change solution to ponder: wrinkles. An aging population could substantially reduce future emissions—according to a recent analysis.
Population growth, from an environmental viewpoint, has always seemed like an open-and-shut case. Less is more. But what if that equation has changed? By David Malakoff.
For years, Côte d’Ivoire has been regarded as one of the last havens for endangered West African chimpanzees.