Dutch elm disease is a tragic thing to watch, but we shouldn't be too gloomy. Woody vegetation responds, adapts, regroups. What emerges in its recovery stage may not be the same as before, but it will always be a vital, dynamic, arboreal community.
We need our meadows and oceans to teem with wild creatures. The badger cull is a sign of our broken relationship with the natural world.
Gravity is not just a limitation, but a potential partner in exploring the world.
Where the wild things are.
What's the difference between rot and decay?
We are living without the sense of the shamanic and the transformational that our forebears found vital for survival.
Alice Oswald's nature column.
I took the wild Australian coast for granted, then I had to learn to fight.
For more than half a century, the magazine has followed the broadcaster's work.
For 60 years, David Attenborough has brought the wonders of the world around us to TV viewers hungry for science and natural history. In an exclusive interview with Brian Cox and Robin Ince, he talks about the BBC, Darwin and what keeps him moving.