Nukus, the little-known capital of Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan, has a remarkable and unexpected collection of modern art,
In an effort to help answer one of the biggest questions in conservation, we discuss in a new paper whether a framework used to reduce negative impacts from development on biodiversity could be expanded to account for all human impacts on nature.
About this time every year, people across the world get a soft spot for the Easter bunny. After all who could possible dislike the Easter equivalent of Santa Claus? Yet, in Australia, conservationists have been working for decades to overthrow this cuddly symbol of Easter. Why? Because in Australia rabbits are invasive species, responsible for massive environmental and agricultural damage. But…