Brain injury survivors report the sport can give constant opportunities for learning and a way to reevaulate emotions.
The natural world is awash with liars – here are nature’s best.
For animals to find the motivation to forage and mate, life must be at least slightly positive.
The contestants’ relationships with nature clearly shape their actions. As armchair experts, each of us may reflect on our own relationship with nature and how we would act in the same situation.
There are arguments over the future of red deer on the Scottish island of South Uist but archaeological expertise can help people live alongside wild animals.
Numerous studies indicate exercise as an effective treatment for people with existing depression and other mental illnesses, and exercising in nature can further improve mental well-being.
Experiencing nature helps people in times of joy and pain. However, inequity of access to green spaces means that South Africans cannot enjoy nature when they need to.
Ants are skilled surgeons, bacteria have their own internet, and scientists think sperm whales have names.
If you’re reading this over a mug of tea or coffee, you’re using plants to alter your body chemistry.
Houseplants can lift our spirits – but not all plants have the same effect.
Putting a dollar value on nature has staunch opponents who say it’s morally wrong, but without it, building dams and other infrastructure can run roughshod over vital ecosystems.
Tips for coping with eco-anxiety, from a psychologist.
People travel hundreds or thousands of miles and spend a fortune to see the night sky in all its splendor. But we are literally blocking out the cosmic beauty above our homes.
Most of us have heard of the dangers of deforestation but there are other more subtle ways that human beings can endanger monkeys, apes and lemurs.
The idea that human activity threatens nature, and that it is important to protect wild places, dates back to the dawn of the Industrial Revolution.
Scientists use biologging devices to track animal behaviour – here are four times where it has improved our understanding of nature.
Humans often look to nature for the solutions to complex problems – here are five times where biological processes have inspired innovation.
We cannot think of nature as something set aside in wildernesses, far from human activity. We need to conserve some elements of nature everywhere, including in the cities we live in.
As protected and conserved areas increase, an equity-based approach that respects Indigenous rights can help bring the transformative changes we need to halt and reverse biodiversity loss.
Countries have voted to limit the international shark trade, but this fails to account for the diversity in fishing contexts around the world.