Camera traps and acoustic recorders are allowing researchers to take the pulse of the Amazonian forests, as human-impacts such as climate change and logging continue to rage.
The deforestation of the Amazon in Brazil is at its peak, with 2022 breaking all records. Deforestation threatens human rights.
Fruit bats have the potential to reforest areas where trees had been lost in parts of Africa.
An invasive Australian tree is exploiting ever-stronger hurricanes.
More carbon dioxide in the air doesn’t necessarily mean more growth for trees, and the increasing risk of wildfires and drought has major consequences, as an interactive map shows.
Climate change is modifying the timing of recurrent life-cycle events with critical consequences on ecological and economic levels.
New research shows that coast redwood trees have a surprising adaptation that helps them thrive in both wet and dry environments.
By mismanaging its forestry road system, Québec and the forestry companies operating in public forests have made significant savings, to the detriment of protecting aquatic environments.
Australia’s forests have controlled their own own flammability since Gondwana. We must respect this natural process.
Maintaining ecological balance in savannas is essential
Many of Africa’s forests are unknown to the public at large, yet so fascinating and important.
Hurricane Michael left a jumbled mess of downed trees. Cleaning it up is even harder than it sounds, and now dead trees are burning.
Reforestation programmes should consider the parasitic relationship between mistletoes and their hosts and their ecological benefits for bird diversity.
Scientists have uncovered Roman farms beneath what was thought to be prehistoric forest in France.
Three nature reserves in Belarus, Poland and France are united by desire to preserve the environment common to all mankind.
A new study maps vegetation’s fire risk across the West and shows where population in the highest-risk areas from California to Texas is booming.
Plant the right trees in the right places – with the right fungal companions.
Land grabs spearheaded by wealthy interests are accelerating deforestation, and Brazil’s National Congress is working to legitimize them.
As more people move into high fire-risk areas, an architect explains what to do to keep properties as safe as possible.
These countries’ forestry sectors have traditionally focused on developing seed systems for few commercially viable and often exotic species like Acacia or Eucalyptus.