In the parts of the world where biodiversity is most at risk, words and phrases also face extinction.
A new study shows how international soybean markets are degrading one of the world's most biodiverse regions.
"This devastating loss due to the fires is simply unfathomable."
A new study links an asteroid collision to a cooling period and a burst of biodiversity 466 million years ago, and suggests that asteroid dust could help the climate crisis today.
A comprehensive United Nations report compiled by more than 450 researchers warns of a dire future for both humans and nature if business continues as usual.
In worst case scenarios, nearly half of these protected glaciers would disappear by the end of the century.
Warm weather and heavy rainfall sparked a massive breeding cycle for the invasive toads.
The 50th anniversary of "Earthrise" is the perfect opportunity to think about sending Earth's life to the stars.
It's the "largest rodent eradication project" ever undertaken.
Biodiversity and nature are "at the heart not only of our survival but of our cultures, identities, and enjoyment of life.”
Diego Mosquera shares the lush Ecuadorian Amazon with the world through camera traps, social media, and academic research.
Douglas McCauley works with tools like Global Fishing Watch to engage the public in the future of the oceans.