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.
As climate change makes natural systems more unpredictable, the past is no longer a reliable predictor of the future
New research directly compares, for the first time, how much carbon dioxide could be removed from the atmosphere by both tropical reforestation and deforestation.
High temperatures are often the greatest weather-related public health threat. Trees can help.
Migratory birds are facing changing insect hatches and tree blooms. How can they adapt? And how can you help?
Seed collections have helped us understand biodiversity for decades. Now they’re also helping us understand climate change.
Can the world actually meet people’s needs for food, water and energy while doing more to protect nature? Is it even theoretically possible? New science says, Yes, but there are a lot strings attached.
If a tree dies in the desert, will anyone notice before it’s too late?
Yellowstone, the place that saved trumpeter swans, is now losing them.
Climate change is impacting fisheries, but regulating agencies are ill-equipped to respond to the challenges.
Hands-on coral restoration will help save reefs in the Florida Keys.