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Top 10 Ocean Biodiversity Hotspots that Need Protection

A new study took a deep dive into critical aspects of ocean life to identify the areas of the high seas most worthy of...

Using Satellites to Monitor Industrial Environmental Impacts

Conservation’s Eyes in the Sky Satellites can help monitor industry and highlight environmental harm. SkyTruth founder John Amos tells us how technological advances are driving...

8 Stunning Examples of Bioluminescence in Nature

The first time I experienced bioluminescence in nature was when I was a child living in Houston, Texas. I remember running around barefoot in...

In the COVID Era, We Need Our Parks More than Ever

Parks matter more than ever during a time of sickness – something Frederick Law Olmsted understood in the 19th century The COVID-19 pandemic has altered...

Asia’s Road-Building Boom Is Threatening Already Endangered Tigers

Tigers are one of the world’s most iconic wild species, but today they are endangered throughout Asia. They once roamed across much of this...

The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Inspired a Gardening Boom

The coronavirus pandemic has set off a global gardening boom. In the early days of lockdown, seed suppliers were depleted of inventory and reported “unprecedented”...

Park Closures due to COVID-19 Are Giving Wildlife a Break

In the early days of the COVID-19 lockdowns, social media was flooded with reports of animals reclaiming abandoned environments. According to one widely shared...

Is this Artificial Reef in Sydney Harbor an Answer to Coral Destruction?

Earth’s oceans have seen better days. They’re inundated with plastic waste, both whole single-use plastics and tons of plastic microparticles that find their way...

Infographic: COVID Silver Lining – 8% Drop in CO2 Emissions

Data show coronavirus countermeasures have resulted in a record drop in fossil-fuel demand and created an opening for a clean-energy transition. The early months of...

Birdsong Rises Like a Tide of Hope from Our Silenced Cities

Lockdown has allowed us a glimpse of how different our cities could be in a carbon-neutral world… “When a day that you happen to know...