Two complex fields of human endeavor may have a lot to learn from each other.
Ecology Archives - State of the Planet
Plankton play many important roles on the planet. How will climate change affect them, and is it already happening?
Conferences like COP 15 can enhance the understanding of less-visible environmental issues like biodiversity loss, but the real action is at the national, community, and organizational levels.
The partnership of three countries—Brazil, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Indonesia—could play a pivotal role in reducing global deforestation.
As winter turns to spring each year, the slight warming of the water, the subtle lengthening of the daylight, and simple biologic triggers can send an assortment of saltwater fish inland to reproduce.
Science and technology alone cannot solve climate change. The DoveTale podcast explores the interconnecting ethical, spiritual, psychological, moral, artistic, and historical dimensions of on-the-ground climate action.
Climate School researchers are carrying out fieldwork on every continent and every ocean. A guide to upcoming projects.
Analyses of plant remains and other evidence show that the landscapes our ape ancestors evolved in existed much earlier than previously thought.
Tools that are already being used to support climate-smart agriculture could help to build resiliency in restored ecosystems.
Ecologist and environmental educator Amy Karpati discusses urban ecosystems and paths to restoration in New York City and beyond.