According to a new study published on 10 June in Nature Ecology & Evolution, nearly 600 plant species have become extinct over the past two and a half centuries (1).
A new paper published earlier this month on 15 May in Science Advances demonstrates the potential cascade of co-extinction in networks of plant species and pollinators in Europe (1). The
On the Antarctic peninsula, nitrogen-rich poop from seal and penguin colonies create biodiversity hotspots by enriching the soil, according to a new study published on 9 May in Cell Press
In a new commentary published on 8 May in Nature, three experts discuss the current priorities for food and land use, including sustainable agricultural systems, safeguarding biodiversity, and ensuring food
Many European rivers and canals are contaminated with pesticides, according to a new analysis slated for publication on 20 June in Science of the Total Environment, a peer-reviewed journal (1).
After many years of featuring as a Hollywood plot device for the Lost Jurassic Worlds, the project of resurrecting an extinct species now seems to have actually come off the
Over the past 20 years, metropolitan areas across France have been invaded by several species of hammerhead flatworms, according to a new study. The predatory worms are native to Asia
Even removing a relatively small number of trees from rainforests has a negative impact on biodiversity, according to scientists. New research from Imperial College London shows that selective logging in
Summary of a collective report released today from scientists around the world warns “human well-being at risk” due to an increasing decline in biodiversity across the planet as result of