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Corals thrive in clearer water with more access to sunlight
Underwater light intensity plays a critical role in the energy expended by the coral's symbiotic algae.
China’s booming orchid industry is a test of its commitment to conservation
China’s Biodiversity Red List significantly underestimates wild harvest as a threat to Chinese orchids.
Deforestation and droughts tend to worsen one another
Human-caused deforestation disrupts and harms the environment so much that severe droughts are inevitable.
We can end deforestation in the Amazon
Forest clearance in the region threatens people, wild species and freshwater supplies along with the climate.
The new UN deal fails to address the root causes of nature’s destruction
The new UN deal may force us to reconsider the usefulness of such meetings altogether.
Scientists in Ecuador rediscover 32 frog species once believed extinct
“I can’t tell you how special it is to hold something we never thought we’d see again,” a reseacher says.