Most wildlife photographic tourism in Africa is conducted from vehicles on roads, and tourists aren’t likely to come if they can’t see wildlife from the safety of a car or truck.
We need to double food production by 2050: it's a shocking and oft-repeated statistic that may no longer be accurate. And that could be good news for the environment.
Nearly a century after the introduction of cane toads to Australia, many of the continent's animals have started to adapt, and there’s reason to hope that the cane toad invasion will end with coexistence rather than ecological apocalypse.
Vacant lots are overrun by non-native plants and possess marginal ecological value—or so the conventional wisdom goes. Yet from one perspective, at least, those scraggly lots are worth a great deal.
A study that maps climate analogs—matching the predicted future climate in one location to the current climate in another—finds that many North American cities are in for an unfamiliar future.
Slashing carbon emissions will require something drastic like the pandemic lockdown on a more permanent basis, and a switch to all electric cars could be that step
New research details the carbon capture potential of natural forest regrowth—which is one of many reasons to encourage it.
Researchers have calculated by just how much official statistics underestimate the global harvest—and it isn’t pretty
We usually think of urban farming as something with limited local benefit. But now a group of researchers have examined this practice through a global lens, showing that urban farming could in fact contribute billions of dollars in ecosystem services to the world.
Trees have gained the reputation as the “green lungs”of a city—pulling pollutants out of the air and returning oxygen. But a new study complicates that picture.