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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...

When endangered species recover, humans may need to make room for...

Veronica Frans, Michigan State University Imagine discovering a sea lion in the middle of the woods, more than a mile inland from the beach. Or...

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...

Moving beyond America’s war on wildfire: 4 ways to avoid future...

Susan Kocher, University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Ryan E. Tompkins, University of California, Division of Agriculture and...

Five years after largest marine heatwave on record hit northern California...

Erica Nielsen, University of California, Davis and Sam Walkes, University of California, Davis Land–based heatwaves have a less obvious...

Early humans used fire to permanently change the landscape tens of...

Jessica Thompson, Yale University; David K. Wright, University of Oslo, and Sarah Ivory, Penn State Fields of rust-colored soil,...

Early humans used fire to permanently change the landscape tens of...

Jessica Thompson, Yale University; David K. Wright, University of Oslo, and Sarah Ivory, Penn State Fields of rust-colored soil,...

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Is democracy sacred?

Anthony D. Baker, Seminary of the Southwest With millions of votes yet to be counted and the election far from being decided, President Trump falsely...