In this new epoch, human influence is ubiquitous in the natural world. Coverage of terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems in Anthropocene magazine takes a critical look at humans’ changing relationship with the natural world—and ways to promote biodiversity in the novel ecosystems we’ve created.
Death is inevitable, but its
environmental toll may not have to be.
Soundscape ecology plunges us into a wilder world beyond the mundane and merely visual
Drug legalization could both help and hurt the environment
Scientists and the Wuikinuxv Nation in British Columbia form an unusual partnership to study how native fishers and grizzly bears can share scarce salmon runs.
A new analysis reveals how a rural clinic helped save more than 27 square kilometers of tropical Indonesian forest—equating to more than $65 million worth of avoided carbon emissions
Researchers found that shade from solar panels increased floral abundance and delayed blooming—a win for pollinators
A research team found that 33% of the North American mammals they studied were negatively affected by human activity; whereas 58% were positively affected.
A team of 200+ scientists ran a first test to see whether the new IUCN green list, which focuses on recovery, actually helps conservation efforts.
Researchers quantified nectar supply in rural and urban areas and found the scale of production in city gardens overwhelming
Elephants inhabit complicated and changing landscapes—and they have a knack for covering themselves with mud. Machine learning solves the problem.