Climate fund for poor nations vows to drive green Covid recovery

Typhoon Haiyan, the most devastating storm ever to make landfall in all of history, left buildings, homes, and businesses in Tacloban City, Leyte, Philippines wiped out in its aftermath.... Read more »

As fog clears on benefits of forest protection, excuses for failure wear thin

An aerial view of forest and fields in Indonesia. Global efforts to stop the destruction of tropical forests have faltered so far largely because poor understanding of the value... Read more »

2020 marks a turning point for nature’s role in climate solutions

Mangrove restorations have been conducted since the 1950s by local communities in southern China. Global biodiversity talks in China this year will highlight nature-based solutions that could meet one-third... Read more »

Biodiversity and our brains: how ecology and mental health go together in our cities

Otters in Singapore. Neuroscience can support urban planners in allowing for more flexibility and authenticity of nature in urban areas. Biodiverse nature is particularly beneficial for mental well-being. There... Read more »

Philippines’ mangroves could generate first-of-its-kind blue carbon credits in Asia-Pacific

A man measures of the growth of newly planted mangroves in Silonay, the Philippines. Coastal ecosystems are rich carbon sinks and provide a host of other benefits Mangroves protect... Read more »

Roundtable: How will the world stem global biodiversity loss?

The Tiger Leaping Gorge is a canyon on the Yangtze River, located 60 kilometres north of Lijiang City, Yunnan in southwestern China. It is part of the Three Parallel... Read more »