Only with a population growth rate of zero might we have some hope for planetary stability.
Farms are no longer using cropland diversity to hedge their bets against pests, pathogens and drought.
We need to enhance natural processes that can accelerate diversification and allow emerging habitats to select the winners.
Recognizing that it is part of our nation’s heritage, the Wood Thrush is…protected by the Migratory Bird Protection Act (MBPA) of 1918.
Not since the plague, also known as the Black Death, arrived in Europe in the early 1300s has the human population been more vulnerable to exotic disease.
Pursuit of insect-free farming is resulting in a loss of diversity at higher trophic levels across the landscape.
When you decide to have a cup of coffee, you have already made your largest contribution to the energy used to deliver coffee to your cup.
All other policy actions that could be taken now won’t matter if we fail to curb climate change.
When we lose a species, the bell tolls for us.
When we lose birds, we are witnessing the continued unraveling of nature that will leave behind a less healthy and impoverished world for the future.