The world’s first International Dark Sky Island
Invasive species are usually the bad guys in conservation.
When most people think of backyard wildlife, they imagine squirrels and sparrows. But researchers have discovered much more imposing neighbors living among people in India: wild leopards.
3-D printing meets fish tracking
Conservation biologists want in on the 3-D printing revolution.
Jim Denevan’s large-scale sand art makes a big visual impact—not an environmental one. Denevan often walks miles to create a single drawing.
Bird habitat built into the wall
Crowdsourced monitoring made simple
Martin Fluker’s innovation for ecosystem monitoring requires little infrastructure beyond strategically placed wooden posts and some bright green paint.
For Antony Turner, pictures make a story come alive—and in the climate change story, one of the main characters is invisible.
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.
Some of the best winemaking regions sit on the same real estate as the most biologically rich habitats on Earth.