In the Paris Agreement, mangroves in Mexico were measured as terrestrial forests and the large stocks of carbon in their soils were not included.
By Dr Ryan Burrows This Wednesday is the International Day of Forests. Forests are so important for humanity and the planet that the United Nations General Assembly declared that 21 March of each year is to be observed as the International Day of Forests. Forests have many benefits. They are home to 80% of the […]
By Dr. Liz O’Brien our research development manager, provides advice on how to build lasting relationships with research funders
How many sources of water do you use on a daily basis? If you live in the developed world, chances are you only use one – a treated, piped, well-distributed source coming from a reservoir or groundwater reserve. In many parts of the developing world, these types of highly developed water resources are not available. […]
The 19th annual meeting of the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) took place at the beautiful Lake Mohonk, about 150 km north of New York City. Here is a report from Dr Marieke Frassl and Man Xiao
“New Zealand was paving the way for the creation of protected marine areas, however after 30 years of establishment the country is falling behind” explains Laura Griffiths.
Groundwater is being extracted at unsustainable levels worldwide but we still don’t fully understand the implications for the life that depends on this diminishing water source. But our research is changing this explains Dr Ryan Burrows
Restoring riparian habitats can offset stream warming and help protect a threatened Australian fish species
New paper finds drying of rivers is a key predictor of where biodiversity occurs
The 2017 finalists describe their work