Originally, improving forest stocks was the main focus – but now REDD+ schemes have a variety of aims including improving biodiversity, community relationships and safeguarding the rights of indigenous people.
Mutualism is a vital aspect of many species survival, and without this collaboration, they would suffer. This post will take a look at some examples of mutualism between animals, plants and fungi, and discuss some of the ways through which these associations are being affected.
Insects are in growing decline in the UK. How can we replenish and connect insect habitats?
Onshore wind farms have a complicated relationship with the natural world. They provide around 49% of the renewable […]
Woodlands are such beautiful and vibrant places. There are countless wildflowers blooming this April like primroses, bluebells and […]
Welcome to this two-part special series on the impacts and production of palm oil. Both of these posts […]
If you go outside at this time a year, there is a good chance you’ll stumble upon the […]
Global warming affects the carbon balance of the world’s ecosystems, and warming is more pronounced in high latitudes […]
Today there is a massive imbalance in food security, an increasing population, and steadily declining soil conditions. This […]
The most efficient way to ignore the effects of climate change is to look only at the atmosphere. […]