Some of the most in-demand ecologists in Africa are specialists in statistics. But this is currently a scarce skill combination in Africa.
There's a near-consensus among relevant experts in academia, NGOs and parliament.
A new study highlights how the condition of your kitchen may affect unhealthy snacking.
Transparency and accountability will help the Chinese government to tackle environmental problems that are hindering its chances for economic growth.
Whenever we talk about refraining from things, it is bound up with piety and martyrdom. A different approach could help realign us with the planet.
Artwork – from knitting birds and amateur science to listening to the trees – might empower us to remake climate science from below.
Sustainable development is one of the priorities of Nigeria's new government. This is an opportunity to combat problems detrimental to the country's economy and ecosystems.
How to make companies take seriously their responsibilities to the rest of us.
If we even can't secure reliable data on car emissions then environmental regulators throughout the world are in trouble.
Understanding genetics isn't enough to solve our health problems – we need to look at where people live, too.
There was a time in the 1970s when the world of building design was taking psychological research findings seriously. It's high time it started paying attention again.
The UK should look to mainland Europe for greener music festivals.
People are increasingly expressing worries over the environmental impact of Olympic Games but for every London, there's a Sochi -- or another Beijing.
Home teardowns are often unnecessary and costly, in more ways than one.
The nine science and research priorities will help focus and coordinate our efforts, and aid government departments in supporting the future of Australian science.
The EPA said it will regulate emissions from airplanes – the latest in a string of environmental and climate regulations Obama has used to bypass the Republican-led Congress.
Our experts review the evidence behind the Green Party's big ticket policies.
The Conservatives will have to meet their climate targets somehow, whether by fracking or offshore wind.
The humble sparrow represents a conduit to nature for many, and its wellbeing is connected to ours. That's reason enough to celebrate World Sparrow Day.
Do politicians really have to choose between being pro-development or pro-environment? No, says Allan Dale, and Queensland's new government has the chance to prove it.