In many places in the U.S., $1 invested in floodplain protection today can return at least $5 in savings from avoided flood damages in the future.
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.
Conservationists often talk about “going to scale”—solutions that go big and go fast. But most conservation initiatives requiring decades to start proliferating on their own.
New study shows that promoting nature around farm fields is essential to ensuring and maintaining abundant and stable food production.
New research incorporates conservation considerations into occupational health and safety frameworks.
Agriculture burning contributes significantly to air pollution in India, a country with some of the least healthy air in the […]
As climate change makes natural systems more unpredictable, the past is no longer a reliable predictor of the future
A new analysis identifies global hotspots where the most species are threatened by human impacts.
New research directly compares, for the first time, how much carbon dioxide could be removed from the atmosphere by both tropical reforestation and deforestation.
Rural Indonesians are changing their behavior as deforestation creates increased local temperatures.