Natural Symphony
The Secret Wisdom of Nature: Trees, Animals, and the Extraordinary Balance of All Living Things, Stories from Science and Observation
by Peter Wohlleben; Translated by Jane Billinghurst
Greystone Books, 2019, 272 pages
Melina Sempill Watts
Federal Judge Halts Hundreds of Drilling Projects on Public Land

In a rebuke of the Trump administration’s ‘energy-first’ agenda, judge finds climate impacts of future oil and gas projects must be considered

Cassidy Randall The Guardian

Native Americans Are Saying No to Coal, and Yes to Solar

Covenant Solar Initiative

Chéri Faso Olf

Why Are Regional Conservationists Not Supporting the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act? 

The proposed legislation is easily the most ecological, economic, and ethical conservation bill introduced into Congress.

George Wuerthner

Mending the Staff of Life

We’ve been eating wheat for ten thousand years. Why has it suddenly started giving us trouble?

Bob Quinn and Liz Carlisle

Towards a Plastic-Free Future

How my art and love for the ocean inspired me to work on plastic pollution

Dianna Cohen

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Food at the Heart of a Green New Deal

As bright minds dig into the details of this proposal, it’s critical to keep in mind the role of food production in the climate crisis.

Anna Lappé

What’s Killing the Pink River Dolphin?

In the Brazilian Amazon, two veteran scientists are embroiled in a bitter feud over how to protect the endangered mammal.

Sophie Yeo

Ranger Killed Just Weeks after Virunga National Park Reopening

Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo was closed for more than eight months following series of attacks on staff last year.

Jason Burke The Guardian

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