White terns returned to the Seychelles after invasive mammals were removed.
Globally, nearly 40 percent of critically endangered species live on islands, where non-native invasive species are a common problem. A new study shows that eradicating invasive mammals benefits island biodiversity.
The current rate of carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels and other human activities is 10 times greater than an abrupt warming 56 million years ago.
Instead of surf, sand, and frivolity, 25 students from Colleges Nine and Ten are taking an alternative spring break this week, and practicing service learning.
'Climate Justice Now!—Art Activism, Environment Today' is a series of free public talks beginning March 30 as part of a course taught by T.J. Demos.