As mangroves protect coastal areas and small marine animals by providing shelter and defense, they also need marine animals to survive. A new study shows that the lack of animals could threaten their population.
Using advanced mapping techniques and predictive population models, a new study demonstrates how burrowing wild pigs actually release more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than a million cars each year.
Following the first Delegated Act, the European Suppliers of Waste to Energy Technology (ESWET) reaffirmed its support for the EU Taxonomy, recognizing it as an important part of achieving a carbon-neutral Europe.
A new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) estimates foot traffic in cities in an effort to help city planners and developers study not only vehicle movement, but the flow of people more accurately.
A new study shows that land use of human societies for at least 12,000 years has been environmentally sound and sustainable - arguing that the current biodiversity crisis is not simply due to human activities but the mishandling of lands previously shaped sustainably.
This coming April 22 marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day - an annual event for showing support for environmental protection. Nonprofit organization Rainforest Trust has released "Seven Ways to Help the Environment."