For Wiccans, midsummer, with the maximum hours of sunlight, is the time for celebrating new life.
With the world losing species at an alarming rate, a conservation biologist explains how ideas about protecting biodiversity have evolved over the past 40 years.
Authors writing for Nature journals will also need to separate sex and gender data, so it can’t just be lumped in with other results.
In a process called ‘reverse socialisation’, children can help their elders become more green - but eco education is key.
The more new housing a neighbourhood has, the less of the local area is dedicated to green space, which has knock-on effects for wellbeing and the climate crisis.
Green spaces can be used as non-coercive modes of warfare to further social cohesion and diminish the likelihood of insurgency.
With nine brains, blue blood and a talent for camouflage, the octopus is one of the most fascinating creatures in the sea.
Films like Princess Mononoke, My Neighbour Totoro and Nausicaä created by Hayao Miyazaki explore the perils of neglecting nature.
Clearing alien trees before the drought hit could have reduced the impact of climate change on water supply during the ‘Day Zero’ drought.
The promised £39 million is not enough to ‘level up’ park provision in the UK.
Our feelings about nature depend on lots of factors, but a new study shows our genes are one of the most important.
Green buildings can cost more than conventional structures, but the small increase has noticeable benefits for those working and living within them.
An environmental health scholar shares four resolutions to improve your relationship with the environment – and its prospects for the future.
There’s enormous value in citizen science projects that encourage urban-dwellers to learn about what is often, quite literally, on their doorsteps.
Has the summit delivered on its goals?
The scientists who discovered that a giant panda’s distinctive markings provide camouflage from predators tell us about their latest work
Want to observe native bees? Or seek out invasive species? There are many ways to get hands-on science learning. An expert on adult STEM education suggests four places to start.
Nature-based solutions can help us sustainably tackle climate disasters - but to do that, they urgently need policy support.
Yes, trees and soils can absorb and store carbon, but the carbon doesn’t stay stored forever. That’s one of the problems with how net-zero plans for the climate are being designed.
Plants support human health not only in terms of providing food, oxygen and shade. Our relationships with plants facilitate political decisions and actions that support health in the city.