Technology based regulation will lead to better standards for ballast water, but technology forcing policies could do even more.
Two cheers and a note of caution for the future of the famed Atlantic Bluefin.
If implemented correctly, the landscape approach could increase food security while maintaining biodiversity and providing essential ecosystem services.
As the demand on cities to adapt to a rapidly changing future has intensified, so have the planning methods cities are adopting to respond.
With nearly half of all American’s living in regions that violate air quality standards, a multi-pollutant approach to regulation has promise.
While warming of the Earth’s surface temperatures may have slowed, new research suggests we should be paying closer attention to our changing oceans.
As Indonesians go to the polls, the future of the country’s forests hang in the balance.
The Yasuni ITT initiative is an opportunity to preserve not only biodiversity, but also a vanishing culture.
How should we measure the amount of value lost when an invasive species damages an ecosystem?
A new plan to expand Australian coal exports threatens to severely damage the Great Barrier Reef.