Written by Eddie Game | October 4th, 2012
A lab experiment involving 3,500 beakers of microalgae sheds light on how ecosystems respond to stress like heat, and why biodiversity actually matters to conservation.
Written by Jon Fisher | October 3rd, 2012
If climate change is just plain common sense, then why is ice growing in Antarctica? Spatial scientist Jon Fisher on the value of clear climate change communication.
Written by Peter Kareiva | October 2nd, 2012
How will an aging population influence the way we do conservation in 2050? It could be a blessing, says our chief scientist–as long as we start preparing now.
Written by Jensen Montambault | October 1st, 2012
Do you want to work in the “sexiest job of the 21st century”? Look no further than conservation groups like The Nature Conservancy.
Written by Matt Miller | September 28th, 2012
When it comes to bats and people, our relationship has been…complicated. People have shot them, destroyed them, reviled them. But now, citizen conservationists, coupled with the best science, may be the best hope for bat populations to emerge from the threats of white-nose syndrome.
Written by Darci Palmquist | September 28th, 2012
Find out what life is like for the Conservancy’s lone employee in the Arctic. (Hint: Ice fishing and wilderness expeditions are the norm.)
Written by Darci Palmquist | September 27th, 2012
A new study from the Conservancy’s Niobrara Valley Preserve in Nebraska shows that prescribed burning of grasslands could be the key to sustainable family ranching.
Written by Matt Miller | September 26th, 2012
Sure, you can build an artificial bat cave, and they will come. But how do you make it perfect? Hint: It’s more than digging a hole in the ground.