Articles Tagged with “biodiversity”

21 Articles found tagged with “biodiversity”.

  • Antarctica’s Declining Biodiversity

    Despite its remote location that appears to be far from the impacts of humans, Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are not in as good environmental shape as has been previously thought.

    By Alex Taylor on 30th April 2017
  • Bushmeat Hunting Driving Biodiversity Loss

    A new study has found that hunting for the bushmeat trade has dramatically reduced wildlife biodiversity in the forests near rural villages in Gabon, Central Africa.

    By Alex Taylor on 11th December 2016
  • Climate Change Could Dry Out Wetlands

    long summer droughts and other factors will likely lead to the rapid drying or even complete loss of many ecologically important wetlands.

    By Alex Taylor on 13th October 2015
  • Ensuring the Resilience of Seagrass Meadows

    Learning to manage the habitats and biodiversity within our oceans and coasts is one of the greatest challenges of this century.

    By Guest Bloggers on 18th September 2015
  • The Devil’s Return

    New research has assessed the ecological impact of returning Tasmanian devils to the mainland and the results show that doing so would improve Australia’s biodiversity.

    By Alex Taylor on 27th August 2015
  • Polli:Nation

    ‘Free’ pollination by bees and other insects is worth over £400m** to UK agriculture each year but their numbers are in severe decline. This innovative project will engage 260 schools to help transform their grounds into pollinator-friendly habitats.

    By Guest Bloggers on 27th July 2015
  • Aliens in the Med

    Aliens have invaded the Mediterranean, and are disrupting the ecosystem’s delicate balance.

    By Alex Taylor on 22nd October 2014
  • A Paved Paradise

    One new study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B has made the surprising discovery that not all is lost when paradise is paved with concrete.

    By Alex Taylor on 26th February 2014