Killing wildlife to save it isn't a viable strategy. We can create diverse, self-sustaining ecosystems without trophy hunting.
Climate change may be helping some species thrive. But as evidenced by cephalopods and swans, where one species wins, another loses.
June is National Oceans Month. Celebrate with some beach reads.
On this day in 1907, Rachel Carson—one of the greatest ecologists and nature writers of our time—was born.
How forests and endangered species might be saved by artificial intelligence and game theory.
The oceans can’t catch a break. To rising temperatures and acidification caused by rising CO2 emissions, add oxygen deprivation .
Urban environments are harsh, with only fragmentary remains of natural habitat. But human activity has driven a rise of wildlife in cities.
El Niño is a complex series of weather patterns that arises in the Pacific, influencing weather phenomena around the world. But what's it doing to plankton?
Wildlife cams have steadily gained popularity among both scientists and casual observers. But viewers aren't always prepared for wildlife unscripted.
Solar panels keep getting lighter and thinner. MIT researchers have created a solar panel so light and thin that it can rest on a soap bubble.