More videos — InMotion
Where am I? > Home > News

Environment

Last updated: Friday, 2 December 10:32 GMT
Science Centric | News | Environment RSS feed Add to My AOL Add to Google Add to My Yahoo!

Study of wolves will help scientists predict climate effects on endangered animals

Scientists studying populations of grey wolves in the USA's Yellowstone National Park have developed a way to predict how changes in the environment will impact on the animals' number, body size and genetics, amongst other biological traits…



More stories

Climate sensitivity to CO2 more limited than extreme projections

A new study suggests that the rate of global warming from doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide may be less than the most…

Saving Da Vinci's Last Supper from air pollution

Having survived long centuries, political upheaval, and even bombings during World War II, Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece…

After 25 years, sustainability is a growing science that's here to stay

Sustainability has not only become a science in the past 25 years, but it is one that continues to be fast-growing with widespread…

Markets drive conservation in Central Africa

Certification has shown that commercial forestry can co-exist with conservation objectives in the Congo Basin, according…

Popular

Hammerhead sharks, largely lost from much of their former range, are still found in schools numbering in the hundreds around Cocos Island, (c) Conservation International, photo by Sterling ZumbrunnHuge new marine protected area offers oasis and hope for endangered sharks and sea turtles

A massive new marine protected area around Cocos Island is a beacon of hope for ocean health and human well-being in the…

Hot topics
More Environment stories…