The two largest U.S. national forests, both in Alaska, have low wildfire risk and provide crucial forest carbon stocks and biodiversity benefits.
The lack of bird records in formerly redlined areas creates an inaccurate picture of urban biodiversity, leading to gaps in conservation efforts.
Reporte anual destaca 10 vías fluviales que han llegado a encrucijadas en las cuales el apoyo del público puede determinar si reciben protección.
La captura de especies como el atún y el pez espada no disminuyeron después de que un área marina protegida del tamaño del estado de Nueva York fuera establecida en las costas de México en 2017.
New study uses trail cameras and speakers to isolate what human sounds do to animals.
Catches of species such as tuna and swordfish did not decrease after a marine protected area the size of New York State was established off the coast of Mexico in 2017.
Years of drought and climate change are causing water resources to dwindle in the Colorado River Basin. But farmers and scientists are collaborating to learn how to grow crops with less water.
An annual report highlights 10 waterways that have arrived at forks: where public support could determine whether they receive protection.
As Colorado River Basin states prove unable to reach a consensus in reducing their water consumption, the U.S. Department of the Interior is investigating an option that defies the Law of the River.
A new study mapped 2 decades of deforestation in the Amazon and concluded that some types of land management are more effective than others.