Lancaster University researchers have helped to develop a new standard approach to assess how farms affect biodiversity.
Small-holder farmers in rural Tanzania can improve food security and their wellbeing by adopting agroecological practices, new research funded by UKRI Global Challenges Research Fund has shown.
Photosynthesis has evolved in plants for millions of years to turn water, carbon dioxide, and the energy from sunlight into plant biomass and the foods we eat.
As climate change intensifies, cities will be on the front line, suffering from increased flooding and life-threatening heat waves.
The location, season and the time of day influence how fast temperatures are rising at Maine wild blueberry fields due to climate change, according to a new University of Maine study.
As natural areas become increasingly fragmented, the potential for humans and wildlife to interact is growing.
Agricultural pollution comes from the prairie, but its economic impact on humans is a problem for cities.
The Institute Woods near Princeton University’s campus comprises 589 acres of serene walking trails and a wooden footbridge enjoyed by hikers, runners, and birdwatchers.
Increasing frequency and size of wildfires in the United States over the past several decades affect everything from human life and health to air quality, biodiversity, and land use.
A robust analysis demonstrates that nature-based solutions to reduce the damage caused by coastal flooding are cost-effective
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