Wild predators are almost always painted as the villain in myth and popular culture, but the truth is that predators are key for healthy ecosystems, and even healthy people.
The least fun part of summer camping? Smelly toilets. But a scent-free future may lie with a humble worm.
New research from The Nature Conservancy demonstrates that savanna fire management has the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
To all the benefits of coral reefs, add one more: flood reduction. Without coral reefs, annual global damages from flooding would double.
Power to the Trees: New research from TNC and NASA shows targeted urban reforestation efforts can provide meaningful public health benefits in terms of reduced mortality and morbidity.
Poor water quality in Hawaii's oceans degrades corals, threatening the fish and other creatures (including people) that rely on them. A dedicated group of citizen scientists gather water samples from 48 monitoring sites off the coast of Maui.
In preparation for the removal of the Columbia Lake Dam and restoration of the river, the Aquanauts and The Nature Conservancy team up for a citizen science monitoring project.
How can international conservation groups like The Nature Conservancy engage authentically in highly localized, nuanced urban spaces? The results of a spatial and socioeconomic analysis have been published in Conservation Letters.
Having a leopard as a neighbor has risks, but it may also reduce rabies risk.
Rehabilitating Watershed Natural Infrastructure in Africa: A Smart Investment to Reduce Urban Flood Damages
The economic case for nature-based solutions as part of a comprehensive approach to environmental problems.
Seaweed farming is often viewed as the pinnacle of sustainable aquaculture - but ensuring sustainability is incredibly complex.
To feed the world in 2050, we will need to grow roughly 40% more food. To be sustainable, we need our farms to survive and keep producing food, while also protecting the environment that we rely on to sustain us all.