Planting trees to help birds adapt to climate change is the latest chapter in a history of Amargosa River conservation.
Getting rid of the rats on Palmyra was only the beginning.
One of the most powerful ways trees can help mitigate global climate change may also be one of the most overlooked: letting nature takes its course.
Can science and technology in post-COVID India chart a more sustainable future?
Industrial-scale tropical deforestation is altering local climate as much as 100 years of global warming under a worst-case emissions scenario.
A new study examines flooding from Hurricanes Matthew and Florence and finds current hazard maps are inadequate for accurately assessing flood risks and protecting communities in North Carolina.
As climate change upends ecosystems, including fisheries, scientists are moving beyond documenting the impacts to recommending actions to mitigate and adapt to those impacts.
New research shows that by 2050, more than 70 percent of watersheds around the world will experience water scarcity driven primarily by human activity, not climate change.
An international team of researchers argues that the twin goals of climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation must become the combined foundation of marine management and ocean conservation efforts.
Researchers highlight agreements and uncertainties around soil carbon and argue that “action can happen despite unanswered scientific questions.”
TNC NatureNet Science Fellow Robert Higgins describes an environmentally friendly way to extract the rare-earth minerals that are critical to green energy technologies, from wind turbines to hydrogen-powered cars.
New research incorporates conservation considerations into occupational health and safety frameworks.