Scientific American · Biodiversity Conservation Slow Water
Radical reconstruction in Seattle is bringing nearly dead urban streams
back to life
Scientific American · Adaptation Nature-Based Solutions Slow Water
New tactics for capturing floods and surviving droughts could help communities across California and the world.
Scientific American · Adaptation Nature-Based Solutions Slow Water Water
Restoring natural water flows in cities can lessen the impacts of floods and droughts.
Scientific American · Biodiversity Science
How a naturalist’s observations in the wilds of British Columbia inspired a scientist to discover hidden symbioses—overturning 150 years of accepted scientific wisdom.
bioGraphic · Biodiversity Conservation
Despite myriad threats, two Kurdish scientists in Iraq are fighting to create a peace park in the heart of the Middle East.
Nature · Adaptation Climate Change Nature-Based Solutions Slow Water
Rising seas threaten the San Francisco Bay Area, home to one of the largest estuaries in North America. But marsh-restoration efforts could hold back the high water.
bioGraphic · Biodiversity Conservation Environmental Justice Food Indigenous Water
In an ocean state that now imports half of its seafood, a determined group of activists is restoring the age-old aquaculture practices of Native Hawaiians.
Nature · Economics Energy Water
All energy production has environmental and societal effects. But calculating them — and pricing energy accordingly — is no easy task.
TakePart · Adaptation Nature-Based Solutions Slow Water Water
The soft-drink giant is deploying the dam-building animals to replenish groundwater supplies.
Hakai magazine · Environmental Justice Food Indigenous Oceans Policy
First Nations’ occupations of fish farms are rooted in a deeper conversation about Indigenous land rights.