A recent study sheds light on how different types of species are affected by calving icebergs that tear apart the seafloor.
Ecology Archives - State of the Planet
A Columbia study provides a blueprint for the use of genomics to help combat climate change.
A student asserts that wind development companies need to take fishermen’s concerns more seriously, so that both industries can coexist successfully.
After eulachon populations in the Bella Coola River of British Columbia crashed two decades ago, the Nuxalk Nation has made a concerted effort to strengthen its management authority — and hopefully bring back the culturally significant fish.
Interest in deep-sea mining for metals has grown substantially in the last decade. A new study argues that it poses significant risks not only to the immediate surroundings, but also to the water hundreds to thousands of feet above the seafloor.
A scientist reflects on the potential harms of chasing whales with boats to try to get that perfect snapshot.
A new study finds that investments to establish new oil palm or tree plantations seem to consistently have higher rates of forest loss than other types of activities, such as mining and logging.
The environmental tragedy does not stop even in the face of the pandemic. From January to April, over 1200 square kilometers of forest were wiped out.
Seeing nature outside of the city has always been a privilege very few New Yorkers could afford. The rest of us can cope with being housebound by shifting how we define ‘nature.’
On World Environment Day, it’s important to take #TimeForNature.