How can we protect moss biodiversity from extinction when barely know most of the species?
Nature will be less separate, our values will be more aligned with how we live, and technology will advance.
I explore why Ecotopias aren't convincing and ask what a realistic Ecotopia has.
How I see things and how I came to have such unorthodox positions in environmentalism.
Some examples of when combating extinction might be a mistake.
Ecology won't be limited by inadequate species surveys anymore. Instead we'll by limited by our ability to interpret an abundance of data.
Finding concentrations of neglected, under-researched, unprotected species of high evolutionary distinctiveness: a case study in bryophytes
Putting things back the way they were means actively changing things from how they are now. Deciding what to conserve is hard, and flows from a diverse range of motivations.
A taxonomy of the groups shaping the management of wilderness areas.