In conservation we generally assume that introduced species are an ecological threat. Is that so or is the concept of non-native species another western cultural construct?
New research stresses that overconsumption in the most affluent countries is the principal cause of the current environmental crisis
In Europe, governments are failing to intervene to address the issue of dogs interbreeding with wolves in the wild, which risks to affect wolves' key ecological role, their unique features, and the broader set of values that people associate with them.
New evidence sheds light on how the intricate lives of European hunter-gatherers deeply intertwined with those of carnivore species.
Why do some kids like nature more than others? It comes down to how often their are in direct contact with it, the kind of input they receive from their families, and how much they learn and know about it.
Just because we can, doesn't mean we should. A new paper discusses the practical implications of de-extinction.
Our impacts on invisible coastal wildlife
Increasing evidence stresses that economic growth deeply conflicts with goals of biodiversity conservation and sustainability, calling for a shift away from the current capitalist economy.
Philosophical and scientific debates continue on how to best conserve nature
Illegal snares set up to poach herbivores are also killing many carnivores