Peter Fisher's articles

Is there room for nature in our cities?

Concrete jungle? We’ll have to do more than plant trees to bring wildlife back to our cities

Taking the city’s pulse: we need to link urban vitality back to the planet

Small world: does ecology reach all the way down to the subatomic scale?

Small world: does ecology reach all the way down to the subatomic scale?

Ancient history shows us just how bad and volatile climate change could get

Drones killing birds: What can be done?


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Urban jungle: radical ways to improve our city life

Wildlife in school grounds photographed using trail camera `

Australian magpies can understand other bird calls, study finds

Choosing Native Plants

Growing Green Cities

Schools Should Look Beyond the Classroom, Urges School Playtime Expert

Are Green Building Rating Tools Failing Nature?

Which Native Bees are in Your Area?

Wallaby sighting in Northland sparks pricey hunt

A morning with the birds

Haileybury's vertical school fights high-rise development next door

CITIZEN SCIENCE AND BIOPHILIC CITIES, THE GREAT EXPERIMENT

THE THREATENED SPECIES IN OUR URBAN JUNGLE

540m-year-old bug tracks are oldest footprints ever discovered

540m-year-old bug tracks are oldest footprints ever discovered

'Fresh, free and beautiful': the rise of urban gardening

Nature Preschools Offer Kids An Education Classrooms Can’t

Cities go wild with child-friendly design

Smart Cities and Suburbs Program

After Man: A Zoology of the Future

The Silence of the Bugs

Incredible soundscape from the wilds of Alaska

OPINION: WHAT A GIANT SNAKE CAN TEACH US ABOUT DESIGNING CITIES FOR THE FUTURE

Wombat rewilding project lifts numbers but hotter weather, traffic has them staying put

Human activity making mammals more nocturnal, study finds

Social Media Sharks and Tell-Tale Vultures—Connecting to Nature in a Digital Age

Biophilic Cities

Future Cities

A New Nature: Discussion of The Theoretical Individual

Two musicians and 30 million years of birdsong

Occupant Engagement

To avoid humans, more wildlife now work the night shift

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