Written by Eddie Game | October 22nd, 2012
You love nature and science. And you love your smartphone. Here are 3 ways these seemingly disparate loves can come together.
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 Eddie Game | September 17th, 2012
The recent ban on a “super trawler” in Australia comes down not to scientific evidence but to public opinion on how fish should be caught. Eddie Game dives into the issue.
Written by Eddie Game | September 10th, 2012
You have an important role to play in saving nature–and a new study proves it. Researchers find that citizen involvement is as critical as government in protecting threatened species.
Written by Eddie Game | August 27th, 2012
Replanting forests to improve water supplies only works depending on the type of tree, according to a new study. Conservancy scientist Eddie Game explains the findings.
Written by Eddie Game | August 23rd, 2012
The answer might surprise you–and it all comes down to a little concept known as a counterfactual. Intrigued? Read on.
Written by Eddie Game | March 28th, 2012
In the harsh aridlands of northern Kenya, a community project is helping restore grasslands, wildlife and people’s livelihoods.
Written by Eddie Game | November 16th, 2010
Talking about nature’s benefits to people — can that make conservation relevant again? Not by itself, says Conservancy scientist Eddie Game.
Written by Evan Girvetz | April 19th, 2010
50% of all Mongolia’s livestock could be dead by spring — victims of a drought-freeze punch known as a dzud. How could grassland conservation help herders cope with such climate-change intensified phenomena?
Written by Eddie Game | April 15th, 2010
An insurance scheme in northern Kenya protects traditional herders there against drought. But including grassbanks might make it even better, says the Conservancy’s Eddie Game.