A recent article in Plos One highlights how organic farming favours insects, and therefore insect pollinated plants in meadows and wheat fields. The study explored nine different landscapes under different levels […]
A ten year study published and commented on in Nature concludes that farmers and land resource managers should not rely on seemingly stable but vulnerable single-crop mono-cultures but should encourage more plant diversity […]
I have added a new resource page to bioDiverse, starting with links to some of the most influential reports at the science-policy interface.
While enjoying the gold fever I took a private view behind the scenes in the Athlete’s Village at the London 2012 Olympics. The London Olympic Park was the first to be […]
Let your kids go wild. Better environmental and sustainable practice will need future generations of people who are aware of the natural would around them. However, while environmental and sustainability issues […]
The Integrated Habitats Design Competition. Urban sprawl has had an enormous impact on biodiversity as cities have grown in the world’s most fertile places, often on the flood-planes of the greatest rivers, once […]