The continuation of international cooperation and community involvement is vital to ensuring ensuring elephants’ survival, according to new research.
Researchers quantified the rate at which great hammerhead sharks are eating Atlantic tarpon hooked by anglers at Bahia Honda, Florida.
A research team from the College of Natural Sciences has shared findings on rhino's heat tolerance in the journal Biodiversity.
The task force is being assembled to oversee progress on Massachusetts's state and local coastal resilience policy and action.
College of Natural Sciences Researchers Develop Grassroots Framework for Managing Environmental Commons
This new framework can help respond to ecological threats that are widely dispersed across a varied landscape and whose solutions are not immediately obvious.
New research from the University of Massachusetts Amherst is the first to precisely map role of horticulture in spreading of Invasive Species
Ezra Markowitz and Co-Authors Help U.S. Government Understand How Climate Change Will Affect American Society
UMass Amherst’s Ezra Markowitz participated in the development of the federal government's fifth annual National Climate Assessment (NCA5).
The selection of Professor Bezanson was inspired by her work at UMass’s Mount Ida Campus with PowerCorpsBOS, a Boston-based green jobs program.
UMass Amherst Researchers Receive $1.19 Million to Explore Solutions for Managing Cranberry Fruit Rot
UMass researchers received $1.19 million to explore sustainable solutions to address fruit rot & reduce the threat to the cranberry production in Massachusetts
New study from the University of Massachusetts Amherst is first to link emissions to U.S. household income, finds that investment is the major driver of emissio