Ecological collapse and extinction

Are wildfires shrinking the world's forests?

New evidence shows declining forest resilience to wildfires under climate change.

The mutant crayfish that's eating Europe


Humanity has eliminated more than half the world’s large animals, on land and at sea, in just the last 40 years. Dozens of species vanishing every day due to the pressure of  human activity, in an event now known as the Sixth Extinction. As one of the world’s greatest biologist, E. O.


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