Amateur botanist Jürgen Feder from Bremen finds plants where no one expects them: on railroad tracks and highways. Since he made a television appearance, his Facebook fan community has been growing steadily.
A unique education project aims to restore the forests of eastern Nepal by turning villages into learning grounds and preserving indigenous knowledge on native species and habitats.
Beavers were almost completely wiped out of Germany by the early 20th century. Now, they've made a comeback. But their busy construction work is causing tensions with human neighbors.
In the mountains, trees are racing uphill to escape the heat - and in Canada, invasive insects have already killed massive swaths of forest. Such changes will have significant consequences for communities and ecosystems.
There's a palpable sense of superstition ahead of the Sentinel-2B launch in French Guiana. You won't get into the Jupiter control center wearing red - that's the stop color. But so far it's looking good.
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