A study on coral reefs helps overcome the inherent uncertainty in modeling the future climate scenarios necessary for prioritizing conservation efforts.
A new study finds that fire management on Africa’s savannas can generate enough carbon revenue to help fill the funding gap for protected areas.
Deforestation reduced safe work hours for more than 4.9 million people across the tropics.
Scientists are studying the effects of sea-level rise on salt marshes, and two imperiled sparrow species.
This year, wildfire affected dozens of Nature Conservancy preserves. How did they fare?
New science estimates that heat increases caused by deforestation are killing more than 100 people per year in Berau, Indonesia.
Twenty years of conservation writing, and a creek runs through it.
Australian scientists estimate that invasive wild pigs release the carbon-dioxide emissions equivalent of more than 1 million cars per year.
Scientists discover that table corals regenerate Great Barrier Reef habitats 14 times faster than other coral species.
Examining how ecological restoration efforts – rewilding – could recover the San Joaquin’s natural diversity and ensure the long-term health and productivity of farms and the local communities they support.
Research from Indonesia finds that rural workers in deforested landscapes were less productive than those working in intact forest settings.
Why Idaho’s Pioneer Mountains give wildlife room to roam in the face of climate change.