A professor receives a student's praise. By Rebecca Comay.
A conversation with two world-changers . . . on the track
On preconceptions about female behaviour in the animal world. By Angela Lord.
Developing stories that navigate the edge.
Providing clues to changes in an important ecological indicator. By Angela Lord.
From the love of insects that talk to each other in the night . . . to a major discovery about small worlds. By Mark Humphries and Susanne Severeid.
A conversation with two world-changers . . . on the track of a plant-based food economy. Interview by Whitney Smith.
How to think critically about the pandemic. By David Cayley. Paintings by Anton Hirschfeld.
Our beloved trees can, in this case, recall the decline of Mayan culture in sixteenth century Mexico. By Valerie Trouet.
The risk to democracy is most obvious in countries where self-government was already under threat or in retreat. By Charles Eisenstein.