Issue 116 of Mètode, the scientific communication journal published by the University of Valencia, is dedicated to photography and the prominent role it has played in understanding and protecting nature.
Interview with Cristina Mittermeier, conservation biologist and photographer. She shares her projects, which combine both of her professional interests.
Nowadays, the combination of photography and biodiversity is an important tool for scientific projects, especially in the field of conservation.
Contact with nature generates measurable benefits for people’s psychological and physiological health.
Although a One Health perspective has, in one way or another, been around at least since the time of Hippocrates, the term itself was coined by William Karesh in a 2003 The Washington Post article. Since that time, the concept has been discussed, applied, and
Drylands contain great biodiversity. Their extension is growing due to climate change, so it is more and more essential to get to know more about them.
Our empathy for other organisms decreases the further they are removed from us on the tree of life. Photography can change this perception.
The description of the «Valencian wood fairy» or Valenciolenda fadaforesta (Hoch & Sendra), a new species and genus, was recently published.
Pere Estupinyà narrates his journey into Patagonia, where the Rewilding foundation develops conservation projects.
The hat connect with our complacency in the face of global biodiversity loss and habitat fragmentation.