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.
A new study quantifies nature inequity across all urbanized areas in the United States and found that neighborhoods with less nature access had greater COVID-19 case rates.
Research from the Solomon Islands finds that populations of bumphead parrotfish rely on larvae from other reefs, meaning they’re unlikely to rebound if the entire region is overfished.
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Electronic monitoring can provide much-needed data on catch and discards on longline tuna fisheries.
Sustaining global biodiversity requires broadening the area-based conservation toolkit beyond protected areas.
Australian scientists estimate that invasive wild pigs release the carbon-dioxide emissions equivalent of more than 1 million cars per year.
New science on hawksbill sea turtles in the Solomon Islands provided critical information to strengthen protection for turtles on their nesting grounds.
Scientists report a strong association between wildlife trade and zoonotic disease risk with 25% of mammal species in the trade hosting 75% of viruses known to be transmissible between animals and humans.
Bivalve and seaweed farming systems result in measurable increases in fish and invertebrate abundance and diversity.
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.
Scientists discover that table corals regenerate Great Barrier Reef habitats 14 times faster than other coral species.