Archive for February 2023
How blockchain technology can make fishing more sustainable
Studies show one-fifth of all wild-caught fish are caught illegally and 90% of fish supplies have been overharvested.
Air pollution can rob us of our sense of smell
Even small increases in ambient PM2.5 exposure may be associated with anosmia.
As many as 29 threatened species are coming back from the brink in Australia
Up to 15 threatened mammal, eight bird, four frog, one reptile and one fish species have recovered.
Advancing a resilient design model to meet refugee needs
The Turkey-Syria quakes have left 1.5 million people homeless. A new study adds insight on providing refugee aid in climate-friendly ways.
How to ensure the success of reintroducing apex predators into their former habitats
Success rates for large carnivore relocations have increased significantly since before 2007.
Nature documentaries can boost plant conservation
Increasing public awareness of plants is essential for saving them from a number of threats in various environments.