18 June 2019
12 June 2019
A new self-preserving filter housing automatically preserves eDNA, while reducing the risk of contamination, and creating less plastic waste.
Community knowledge can be as valuable as ecological knowledge when making environmental decisions
Giant petrels will be “temporary” climate change winners in the Antarctic region
11 June 2019
Long-term research can help us to understand and conserve wildlife
10 June 2019
Former president of the British Ecological Society, Professor Sue Hartley, has received an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
05 June 2019
Private and fragmented forests in Costa Rica have similar bird communities to nature reserves
04 June 2019
Periodic pulse harvesting best protects fish stocks whilst maximising benefits to fisheries.
The success of wildlife friendly refuges around farmers' fields depends on their neighbouring plants.
03 June 2019
Professor Desmond B.A. Thompson has been awarded the 2019 CIEEM Medal for outstanding contributions to ecology.
23 May 2019
Heather Plumpton reflects on her time as a BES Fellow in the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology (POST).
22 May 2019
On the UN International Day for Biodiversity, Julia Migné from Conservation Optimism gives us reasons to stay hopeful about the restoration of biodiversity.
22 May 2019
Seabird study reveals 'hotspots' where populations are most at risk from unsustainable fishing
21 May 2019
Penguin behaviour linked to local fish numbers and could inform fishery management and marine conservation
17 May 2019
In an Invasives Species Week special, Jane Catford and Regan Early discuss the possible synergies between climate change and the spread of invasive species.