Governments around the world rely on scientific assessments to guide environmental policy and action.
Two-thirds of species endangered by wildlife trade wait close to or more than two decades to be protected.
Policymakers and researchers have underestimated the effect that changes in land management and people's diets would have on limiting greenhouse gas emissions and countering the effects of climate change, according to a study led by Princeton University.
This week, the Trump administration is facing criticism over the Black Friday release of its climate change report, and President Trump’s resulting statements.
The public’s interest in conservation is rising, according to a new analysis led by Princeton University.
Based on an adapted version of Google Trends — which tracks user searches on Google — the results show that people search for conservation just as often as they do for climate change.
As the global population continues to increase, so will food production. This means increased use of fertilizers, and many on today’s market are not environmentally friendly.