Tag: Climate Change

Turtle Talk, Living with Sharks, Carbon Tax Repeal and More

Also in our best of the web: climate and kidney stones, sexual harassment in the field, nature and innovation, flying versus driving and more on sea stars.

Full Article

Veggie Piranha, Duiker Madness, Whale Poop and Rolling Coal

Also in our best of the web: monarch hospitality, fat (and fit) corals, roof tiles for clear air and fingerprinting water.

Full Article

Hippos Amok, Missing Ocean Plastic, TroutBlitz & More

Also in our best of the web: the future of science journalism, definition of a forest, the great fish swap and crowdfunding wolf conservation

Full Article

Urban Weasels, Coral Atlas & Ivory-Sniffing Dogs

Also in this week’s best of the web: getting narcissists to go green, sea star die-off, peak coal, sustainable meat certification and smart fish.

Full Article

Reassembling Hydra, Flying Frogs, and Bird-Friendly Windows

Also in our best of the web: spiderwebs tuned for data, Palau fishing ban, revisiting litter and a chlorine-free swimming pool.

Full Article

Eyes of the Tiger, Tree-Hugging Koalas & Brainy Bees

Also in our best of the web: the bats are back, better than laser vision, chameleons vs. octopuses, something more frightening than piranhas, and more.

Full Article

Plastic from Methane, Toxic Toads & Robo-Crocodiles

Also in our best of the web: conopid flies, cliff swallow acrobatics, science of fire, tools for innovation and extraordinary images of water around the world.

Full Article

Wind Turbines and Birds: What’s the Real Story?

Cats and window collisions kill more birds, but that doesn’t mean conservationists should ignore the effects of wind turbines. Blogger David Mehlman takes a look at the science, and finds significant impacts to both birds and bats.

Full Article

Lost Snakes, Returning Snails & Jellyfish Locomotion

Also in our best of the web: fire communication and conservation, NASA for the oceans, a school of stingrays, and Mr. Wizard goes to Washington.

Full Article

Centenarian Cetacean, Polar Bear Evolution & Superpolluting Scooters

Also in our best of the web: flood resilient rice, a new horned lizard, beehive fences, entomophagy and three angles on the West Antarctic ice shelf.

Full Article

Nanopesticides, Glacier Inventory, Brewers for Clean Water & More

Also in our best of the web: parasitic flowers, interactive whale mapping, chemical warfare in the garden, and mega preserve goes off-limits

Full Article

Climate Change and Nutrition: It’s Not Just About Quantity

A new meta-analysis links increasing concentration of carbon dioxide with decreasing zinc and iron in plants, potentially affecting close to 2 billion people.

Full Article

Voracious Crabs, Jujitsu Mouse, and the Biggest Data Yet

Also in our best of the web: blue-footed boobie decline, great koala count, wave energy deficit, and HIV-fighting coral protein

Full Article

Seven Billion and Counting: Population and the Planet

A panel discussion brings together leaders of population and environment groups to talk about the opportunities to improve livelihoods and conserve nature.

Full Article

Mule Deer Migration, Fearless Fish, and Pirate Naturalists

Also in our best of the web: Of birds and rice, sloth survival, prairie aesthetics, and fact-checking the Gulf oil spill

Full Article


This Week on Cool Green Science: Change & The Eastern U.S. Forest

Too many deer. Logging one tree to save another. Beavers versus old growth. Welcome to forest conservation in the Anthropocene. Beginning Monday, July 21, join us for a provocative 5-part series exploring the full complexity facing forest conservation in the eastern United States.

Featured Content

Osprey Cam: Watch Our Wild Neighbors
Watch the ospreys live 24/7 as they nest and raise their young -- and learn more about these fascinating birds from our scientist.

What is Cool Green Science?

noun 1. Blog where Nature Conservancy scientists, science writers and external experts discuss and debate how conservation can meet the challenges of a 9 billion + planet.

2. Blog with astonishing photos, videos and dispatches of Nature Conservancy science in the field.

3. Home of Weird Nature, The Cooler, Quick Study, Traveling Naturalist and other amazing features.

Cool Green Science is managed by Matt Miller, the Conservancy's deputy director for science communications, and edited by Bob Lalasz, its director of science communications. Email us your feedback.

Innovative Science

Investing in Seagrass
Marine scientists and fishers alike know that grass beds are valuable as nursery habitat. A new Conservancy-funded study puts a number to it.

Drones Aid Bird Conservation
How can California conservationists accurately count thousands of cranes? Enter a new tool in bird monitoring: the drone.

Creating a Climate-Smart Agriculture
Can farmers globally both adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change? A new paper answers with a definitive yes. But it won't be easy.

Latest Tweets from @nature_brains

Categories