Rising temperatures and decreasing levels of precipitation can magnify the invasive potential of this South African plant that has already taken over temperate coasts around the world.
The effects of climate change, fire frequency and defaunation, acting together, negatively affect the structure and function of the Brazilian savanna.
Models fill in the data gaps to identify genotypes to maximize yield across the NE Australian wheat-belt under climate change.
The diversity of maize in the community of Yaxcabá, Yucatán, is shared among farmers. They select seeds that are most resistant to unfavourable climatic conditions and, by exchanging or selling them, they safeguard the diversity and resilience of maize.
These carbon-hoarding, coastline-protecting forests are sponges for greenhouse gases. Doing plantings right and involving local communities are key to saving them.
Can soil seed banks contribute to the success of invasive plant species?
Research shows that patches of flowering plants can provide crucial shade during heatwaves, even in surprisingly small patches.
Hedgerows may provide habitat for forest plants to colonise to travel in Europe’s patchwork woodland.
Invasive species might not always have the upper hand when temperatures rise.
A recent field experiment reveals the nuances of plant responses to climate change.
Blending traditional knowledge and Western science to strategise the battle against climate change
Your daily cup of coffee could be threatened by climate change, but targeted plant breeding may be here to help.
How does drought influence floral traits of Sinapis arvensis and how does this affect visitation by bumblebee pollinators?
Concern that flowers are blooming earlier is about more than wish to return to the good old days.