A new Earth Institute study offers practical lessons in the implementation of conflict sensitive conservation, a first outside of Africa.
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Millions of years ago, vegetation across much of the world underwent a transformation as grasses with a new way of doing photosynthesis displaced previously dominant plants, shrubs and trees. A new study examines what got these plants started, and why they spread so far and wide.
It includes species that live nowhere else on Earth, and emphasizes the need to protect these unique mountain forests.
Restoring natural ecosystems can make communities more resilient to climate change while offering other benefits along the way.
Between 2016 and 2018, the Center for Climate and Life awarded $2.1 million to 10 leading scientists who are bringing a fresh perspective to one of the most pressing issues of our times.
The annual survey of biodiversity in New York City’s waterways had a great turnout on Saturday.
Join us on Saturday, June 1st to explore one of New York’s most underrated treasures: our productive waterways!
Justin Brice Guariglia explains how he uses art to help people connect with the biggest ecological challenges of our time.
While the plastic bag ban can be good for the environment, the policies need to be carefully considered to ensure its effectiveness.
A dire new U.N. report highlights the importance of including all life in our pursuit to sustain humanity.