That more diverse an aquatic area, the more nutrients make it to our plates
Using agricultural waste as fertilizer led to healthier soils, less invasives, and more tree canopy cover
Researchers quantified nectar supply in rural and urban areas and found the scale of production in city gardens overwhelming
Researchers have pioneered a novel way to identify marine areas that—if protected—will bolster food security and safeguard marine life, all while reducing carbon emissions
The answer, researchers contend, depends on many factors—key among them, the price of carbon
Researchers in Malaysia found that native wild pigs can be accidental tropical forest gardeners, giving rarer, local species a leg up
Researchers measured the potential of 1000s of cities to offset their carbon emissions by reforesting. Prospects are greatest in smaller cities and in the Global South
New research suggests that governments should designate protected areas based on land qualities—not current species’ locations.
They transplanted native crabs to degraded coral reefs patches to help clear out the seaweed. It worked better than they imagined.
To reassess current conservation efforts, researchers simulated the potential ranges of bird species on a landscape devoid of people