How do we ensure solutions to climate change doesn't make biodiversity loss worse? Fifty of the world's leading researchers on biodiversity and climate have sought to answer this question.
Following scandals over illegal logging, and with an appetite for rare, old-growth wood, the guitar industry is rethinking its environmental footprint. Australian companies are leading the way.
Our research is deeply concerning because it signals there are no quick fixes to the ongoing fire crisis afflicting Australia, which is being driven by relentless climate change.
Alternative farming models, like wood pasture grazing, would allow the UK government to maintain food production while regenerating ecosystems.
Forests must improve communities’ livelihoods to rise as a sustainable management solution
Despite clear air as a result of the pandemic reducing human activities, our emissions still soar.
The Trump administration is rolling back environmental regulations, claiming it’s good for the economy. But research shows that conservation is better both for public health and for job creation.
The forestry industry wants to remove damaged logs from native forests after the bushfires. But our wildlife needs them now more than ever.
Village Forests under the Social forestry Scheme can not only reduce poverty but also deforestation, study finds.
Drones have proven extremely useful for research, collecting detailed data to help monitor hard-to-access areas.
John Evelyn’s 1664 work ‘Sylva’ called for a mass tree planting campaign.
The winter of 2018-19 claimed 200 reindeer in Svalbard, Norway, according to a recent census.
The species which surround a tree in a forest make up the character of its neighbourhood. Good neighbours can make forests resilient to climate change.
Since 2008, Landsat data has been free for the world to use, spurring new applications and scientific research. But that door could soon slam shut.
Integrating trees into farming systems can improve farming, help the environment, and boost animal welfare too.
Without an array of ecosystems and species, it’s tough for farmers to grow crops or ranchers to raise animals.
Logging in the Thomson Catchment could reduce water supply by the equivalent of 600,000 people by 2050.
Planting trees is a popular way for companies to clean up their image. Unfortunately, it may cause more problems than it solves.
As California reels from another devastating fire season, environmental resource scholars explain how the state – and other fire-prone areas – can better prepare and coexist with wildfires.
A historian of wildfires explains the difference between urban and rural fire cultures, and what it means for protecting communities in fire-prone rural areas.