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Should we protect nature for its own sake? For its economic...

Bradley J. Cardinale, Penn State As spring phases into summer in North America, with trees flowering and birds migrating,...

Beyond flora and fauna: Why it’s time to include fungi in...

Matt Kasson, West Virginia University; Brian Lovett, West Virginia University, and Patricia Kaishian, Bard College It’s no secret that...

Planting mixes of flowers around farm fields helps keep bees healthy

Hamutahl Cohen, University of Florida It’s springtime in California, and bees are emerging to feast on flowering fields –...

Thousands of undiscovered mammal species may be hidden in plain sight,...

Danielle Parsons, The Ohio State University and Bryan Carstens, The Ohio State University Taxonomy, the study of how living...

With fewer animals to spread their seeds, plants could have trouble...

Evan Fricke, Rice University; Alejandro Ordonez, Aarhus University; Haldre Rogers, Iowa State University, and Jens-Christian Svenning, Aarhus University Picture...

E.O. Wilson’s lifelong passion for ants helped him teach humans about...

Doug Tallamy, University of Delaware E. O. Wilson was an extraordinary scholar in every sense of the word. Back...

Tropical forests can recover surprisingly quickly on deforested lands – and...

Robin Chazdon, University of Connecticut; Bruno Hérault, Cirad; Catarina Conte Jakovac, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, and Lourens Poorter, Wageningen University

Mexican communities manage their local forests, generating benefits for humans, trees...

David Bray, Florida International University The United Nations is preparing to host pivotal conferences in the coming months on...

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New telescope will scan the skies for asteroids on collision course...

Michael B. Lund, Vanderbilt University Around sunrise on Feb. 15, 2013, an extremely bright and otherworldly object was seen streaking through the skies over Russia...