To ban or not to ban plastic bag use
Gene drive guarantees that a trait will be passed to the next generation. But should society use this tool to control insect populations?
Eco-fiction to help you rethink your role in the climate crisis.
The Aztecs had a shining city on a lake, with canals, causeways and aqueducts – until the Spanish came. Mexico City is still suffering the consequences of their bad public health decisions.
A law to fast-track development consents is being fast-tracked itself. Before it's too late, politicians should insist on greater protection against long-term environmental damage.
Millions of dollars are spent every election by corporations that want to influence state regulations and policies, and that's likely to continue in the upcoming election.
The Arctic is warming about twice as fast as the planet as a whole, with serious consequences. Scientists have been warning about this for decades.
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.
Haphazard development of abattoirs without environmental and health considerations in Nigeria can only invite diseases -- and potentially pandemics such as COVID-19.
While natural fibre textiles like cotton have generated an environmentally friendly reputation in recent years they might be just as bad as microplastic textiles like polyester and Nylon.
Policies should protect arable land from urban encroachment and make peri-urban households less vulnerable.
This 2020 budget is not the pivot to a green rebuild many had hoped for. But its short-term focus on caring for people's health leaves the door open to stronger climate action down the track.
With colleges and universities having moved their instruction online due to COVID-19, an ecologist shows how service learning can take place in the virtual world as well.
The Baltic crusades had a long term impact on the local environment – 700 years later, the details of this are clear.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't just disrupted our lives. It has also challenged the way we forecast the weather.
The US faces a high risk of hurricanes and other disasters this year that could leave thousands of people in need of shelter. COVID-19 will make those disasters more dangerous to manage.
There is an urgent need for greater awareness of the dangerous substances found in the environment.
What a hungry Red kite tells us about human-animal relationships.
The response to COVID-19 suggests how we can leverage entrepreneurial approaches to climate change.
At a time of massive environmental change, we need to expand our language to be able to share the emotional upheavals they engender.