Secas e enchentes alteraram radicalmente a agricultura familiar, mas lideranças femininas estão encontrando soluções para si e suas comunidades.
Indigenous Peoples & Traditional Knowledges
Tracking Land Use and Deforestation in the Amazon
A new study mapped 2 decades of deforestation in the Amazon and concluded that some types of land management are more effective than others.
How Can We Sample More Ethically?
Ryan-Davis and Scalice describe a path towards sampling more ethically, going beyond legal permitting requirements to engagement of Indigenous expertise and respect of peoples’ relationship to place.
Stories Scribed on Palm Leaves Help Scientists Understand Ancient Eruption
Deposits from the 1257 Samalas eruption may contain artifacts of an ancient kingdom, according to scientists who link volcanology studies with histories written onto palm leaves.
El conocimiento tradicional es esencial para la sustentabilidad en el Amazonas
Durante la COP26, el Panel Científico por la Amazonia enfatiza la necesidad del conocimiento indígena y local para orientar las recomendaciones científicas y políticas.
Geohazard Education Trainings Foster Resilience in Rural Alaska
National Science Foundation-funded teacher and community workshops boost disaster preparedness optimism among coastal Alaskan educators, whose communities face an array of natural hazards.
The Importance of Springs and Why Humanity Needs to Protect Them
A new book explores why springs are critical for humanity and ecosystems, the threats they are facing, and how we can act now to protect and restore them.
How Climate Change Is Affecting Women in the Amazon
Droughts and floods have radically altered family farming, but women leaders are finding solutions for themselves and their communities.
An Inclusive Approach to Oceangoing Research
The bread and butter of oceanography, sea voyages rarely include minoritized communities and nonscientists. The Inclusion Mission wants to change that.
Building Resilience in the Face of a Dwindling Colorado River
Policymakers, industry and conservation professionals, and tribal members explore pathways to a sustainable future for the millions of people reliant on the “lifeblood of the American West.”