As a result of rising ocean temperatures coral bleaching is becoming more common, and it's causing a biotic homogenization of local fish populations.
As real estate building increases across the world, so too does the illegal extract of sand, which results in serious environmental impacts.
The fusion of architecture and ecology allows termites to control the climate of their structures without burning a single fossil fuel.
Why one scientist changed his mind on using gene drives for conservation.
Interaction of forests and fungi plays a huge role in the Earth's global carbon cycle.
We canvassed the world of the social and behavioral sciences, looking for rising stars whose careers promise to make a lasting mark. We'll be profiling the top 30 throughout the month of April.
Botanists and forensic scientists developed the same theory in the late 19th century. They might have a lot to learn from each other, if they would talk to each other now.
Long-term studies on five continents show how chopping up forest hurts biodiversity.
PBS looks at the radical environmentalists whose turn to terrorism discredited their quixotic campaign in "If a Tree Falls."
Municipal waste — from poop to heat — can be a valuable resource that could run our cities more cheaply and sustainably, says a hands-on Canadian ecologist.