A new study suggests microplastics affects seabirds’ microbiomes—and may act as a vector for zoonotic pathogens, reports Paris Jaggers.
Cauis Gibeily reports on a new framework aimed at defending deep reef ecosystems, and how it fits in with the resolutions agreed at COP15.
Aneshka Moudry reports on new research finding that Antarctica is polluted with microplastics, and unpicks what this means for the continent.
Kiran Weston discusses why conservation efforts have proven so successful, including recent advancements in conservation programmes.
Sophie Beaumont outlines carbon capture storage technology, and discusses why the 1.5°C climate tipping point won’t be avoided by using it.
Natalie Stevenson discusses the problems air pollution can cause for our health and the environment, and the measures needed to tackle the rising levels.
By Joel Tester The title of Earth’s largest living organism may bring to mind classic examples like giant sequoias or blue whales. Yet, in a recently published paper, researchers at the University of Western Australia revealed an unexpected new winner of this accolade. The scientists studied a 180 km2 meadow of the seagrass Posidonia australis…
For years medications have been overprescribed by doctors, costing millions and harming the environment. Amy Booth discusses how green social prescribing may be the answer to reduce these costs and help support people with nature-based interventions.