Growing up in Uganda, Catherine Nakalembe always loved geography but never imagined she’d work with NASA.
New research is informing how, when and where prescribed burns may be used to mitigate bushfire threats while maintaining our biodiversity.
Louisiana is losing coastal wetlands at an average rate of a football field every hour.
Land degradation - the reduction in the capacity of the land to support human and other life on earth - is one of the biggest challenges the Earth is facing.
Plants that break some of the ‘rules’ of ecology by adapting in unconventional ways may have a higher chance of surviving climate change, according to researchers from Trinity and the University of Queensland.
An article by the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country has seen methodological weaknesses in rankings, benchmarking and indexes on urban sustainability.
Even those who don't question human-induced climate change can fall on the spectrum of climate denialism if they are all talk and no action, a UNSW psychology researcher argues.
Currently, re-growing forests comprise roughly 21% of previously deforested areas in the Brazilian Amazon.
A completely passive solar-powered desalination system developed by researchers at MIT and in China could provide more than 1.5 gallons of fresh drinking water per hour for every square meter of solar collecting area.
Plant health is an overarching term for emerging risks including pests, diseases and weeds, integrated pest management and innovation in plant protection.
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