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.
Tiny houses and great cathedrals, carbon-neutral skyscrapers and Airstream trailers: architecture is among the greatest of human crafts. Just imagine if the same ingenuity and vision were devoted to building homes for animals.
Scientists in Oregon devised an experiment on black-capped chickadees to find out. The negative results surprised them.
Soundscape ecology plunges us into a wilder world beyond the mundane and merely visual
Sharks attack very few people—but current mitigation efforts kill a lot of sharks. Is blimp-based surveillance a better option?
It's time to design conservation policies that are as dynamic as nature is.
We know that nature experiences can change environmental behavior—but it turns out those experiences don’t have to be real.
After a Sweden company shut down tourist traffic to a bird watching island, an influx of eagles wreaked havoc on the murre breeding season
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
A new analysis complicates a popular metric of biodiversity decline.
Welcome to the brave new world of artificial intelligence for conservation