With careful planning, the U.S. could produce needed solar energy and still protect lands important for animal movement and migration.
While the U.S. has potential to be a global lithium producer, careful planning will be required to avoid and limit damage near potential extraction sites.
India has set ambitious renewable energy goals, necessary to address climate change. But given the large footprint projected to meet […]
In addition to providing clean energy, a new report demonstrates that wind turbines can also enhance fish and marine life habitat by incorporating nature-based design principles.
Energy and mining could convert nearly as much land as agriculture by 2050 – including nearly 80% of all projected expansion into the world’s most intact natural lands.
Facilitated by organized crime, illegal logging threatens to destroy Myanmar’s forests. But a national energy crisis and the ensuing fuelwood demand pose an equal threat.
Wind turbines are a vital part of a clean energy future, but we can we site them in a way that minimizes impacts to birds, bats and natural habitats?
New research finds 1 in 5 active underground natural gas storage wells in the U.S. could be vulnerable to large-scale accidental releases, like the one at California's Aliso Canyon well field in October 2015.
Can Gabon develop its energy resources in a way that provides for people and nature?
Yes, blood—specifically the part of hemoglobin that transports oxygen—significantly improves lithium-oxygen battery efficiency.
The development of new land area required for energy production is, and will likely continue to be, the largest driver of land use change in the U.S. for the foreseeable future.
A new paper by Conservancy NatureNet Science Fellow Won-Hee Ryu may ultimately help scientists overcome one of the most intractable technological obstacles to wholesale adoption of clean energy.