– Mr. Barbash maintained the character of the landscape in his designs and took on a nuclear power company and Robert Moses to block projects that would have altered Long Island’s environment.
– The Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement today named Diana H. Wall, Ph.D., of Colorado State University the recipient of the 2013 Tyler Prize for her research documenting and exploring the complex and fragile soil ecosystem.
– It is a much debated question: why did Central African forests become partially fragmented between 2,500 and 2,000 years ago, leaving room for more open forest landscapes and savannah?
– The increasing abundance of native roe deer appears to be having an impact on woodlands, a study suggests.
– A nine-year study led by researcher Linda Deegan points to the damage that human-caused nutrients inflict on salt marshes along the U.S. East Coast.