Only 23% of the world can now be considered wilderness.
We might get more ‘exotic’ if we dial down on the ‘extinction’.
Pocillopora damicornis — one of the most abundant and widespread reef-building corals in the world — may help us better understand how anthozoans deal with stress.
Things don’t look good, but we can still protect what we have if we take immediate action.
Who doesn’t love Legos?
Ultimately, what the mosquito eats, we eat as well.
Well, here’s a surprise.
Both figuratively and literally.
Can we please call these things Star Destroyers? Please?
It’s an extremely courageous decision — and we can only hope his call doesn’t go unheard.
China passed the mark in 2017. The US is estimated to do so later this year.
We need a better solution.
Tax havens are even more problematic than we thought.
Sunscreen is good for us, not so good for sea creatures.
Plant a tree and species will come back to thee.
Things are heating up.
Drought has a massive effect on rainforests. Bad news in the current changing climate.
Each year, queens have to re-establish their colonies. Human activity, however, is making it very hard for them to do so.
What we thought is a natural law is probably ‘just’ impending ecological breakdown.