A new study adds to research showing concrete links between Indigenous rights to land and sustainable conservation.
A new study looks at the danger to biodiversity that could come from increased mining of minerals used to create batteries for renewable energy technologies.
These temperature rises can also lead to local extinction of the native species living in those regions.
The Cerrado, a tropical savanna in Brazil that covers an area larger than Mexico, has already lost half of its native vegetation.
The country's president has a poor environmental record, raising concerns over the preservation of Madagascar's iconic biodiversity.
By using foxlights, which mimic a person walking with a flashlight, researchers were able to cut down big cat attacks on llamas and alpacas in the Andes.
Researchers are working to find a way to mitigate the damage to local populations of the amphibious creatures if a skin eating fungus makes its way to the U.S. from abroad.
In a new study, a team of biologists highlight the assortment of animals that profit from the free meals provided by the kills of big cats.
Secondary forests are vital parts of the ecosystem, but in Costa Rica many of them are re-cleared before achieving old-growth levels of biodiversity.
Dams have been linked to habitat degradation, worsened biodiversity, and negative changes in river ecology.
A cloned aspen grove that's thrived for millennia is feeling the pressure of just 50 years of human activity.
A new study looks at the damage that would occur to flora and fauna if forest elephant populations continue to decline.
A new study shows that human interactions have hurt the once ecologically "exuberant" and "megadiverse" South American region.
The Trump administration has posited that more active management of forests could help prevent future fires, but the science doesn't back that up.
A new study shows that good governance is critical for conservation success.
Beginning with Quakers arriving in the 1950s, Monteverde has become a distinct conservation community in Central America.
High seas comprise about two-thirds of the oceans—and no one body or agency is tasked with their governance.
A new study reveals that the loss of larger animals in tropical forests diminishes the overall ecosystem biodiversity of the region.
Deforestation increased almost 60 percent last year, with the forest losing over 29,000 hectares, a new report says.