10 August 2022
Warming temperatures have allowed oak gall wasps to invade and potentially overwhelm new ecosystems, as they escape their natural predators.
05 August 2022
As the risk of extinction for crocodilians grows, the unique ecosystem roles these reptiles fulfil are also at risk.
02 August 2022
Agri-environment schemes can significantly increase local bird and butterfly populations without damaging food production.
01 August 2022
To recover biodiversity and ecosystem services natural remnants of old forests must be conserved alongside new restoration projects.
27 July 2022
Green infrastructure near agricultural land is essential for pollinator conservation and boosting crop productivity.
30 June 2022
Up to 2.5 million jobs could be generated through ecosystem restoration if Brazil meets its target of restoring 12 million hectares of degraded land by 2030.
22 June 2022
Scientists at the University of Bonn present a sensor system that can measure the bite force of insects.
14 June 2022
Simulated full length Antarctic winters show an increased likelihood of midge survival under colder conditions.
23 May 2022
A study using 10 years of citizen science data has found that a variety of targeted conservation approaches are needed to protect UK bumblebee species.
22 April 2022
A report by the British Ecological Society says that the UK government’s 30x30 commitment offers the opportunity to revitalise the contribution of protected areas to nature recovery.
31 March 2022
Rolling wildflower blocks could be the more effective compensation measurement against insect decline than flower strips.
30 March 2022
Biodiversity losses in countries with smaller, less-developed economies, impact large, developed economies.
15 March 2022
A new study has found that oil palm can be farmed more sustainably on peatlands by re-wetting the land.
14 March 2022
A new study estimates that over the next 30 years, damage to US street trees from invasive insects could cost over 900 million dollars.
08 March 2022
A new study demonstrates that weeds are far more valuable in supporting biodiversity than we give them credit for.