We need to develop the measures and metrics used to track the state, condition and trajectory of our ecosystem services if we are to value and ultimately restore them.
We’ve all noticed that vegetation and the size and shape of plants and their leaves changes as we move across different climates, but do these patterns hold true across the globe?
Loads of evidence suggests weeds wreak havoc to native plant communities but many more do not. Its well known that
What does a warmer future mean for plants? Can plants adapt, or will they be driven to extinction? Read on
Habitat clearance is threatening global biodiversity. In many places, isolated trees are all that remains of once extensive forest. So
Scientists spent three weeks in the rainforest of Suriname and found no less than 60 new species, a few of
Tony from naturestimeline.com mentioned in a comment that we need to appreciate the crawling critters more – not just because
I’ll be off work for a week or so, and while I’m gone I’d like to leave you with some
September is World Biodiversity Month, so it might be a good time to revisit some past posts that emphasise the
August 20th was World Overshoot Day – the estimated day on which the world’s population had used up the planet’s