Farmed Bees May Be Making Wild Ones Sick

New research shows that native pollinators may be at risk from virus spillover from the honeybee industry.

Jason Bittel

‘The Real Extremists Among Us Destroy Life for Profit’

Conversation: Christopher Ketcham, author of This Land: How Cowboys, Capitalism, and Corruption are Ruining the American West.

Austin Price

South Africa Gets Go-Ahead to Increase Black Rhino Trophy Hunting

African nations, conservation groups split about decision on critically endangered animal.

Damian Carrington The Guardian

Norway Freezes Support for Brazilian Anti-Deforestation Fund

The environmental policies of President Jair Bolsonaro have put the Amazon Fund's future in doubt.

Sue Branford and Thais Borges

Life in the Shadows

In New York's Watkins Glen State Park, certain wildlife thrives in shade.

David Lee Drotar

FDA Finds Unexpected Antibiotic Resistance Genes in ‘Gene-Edited’ Dehorned Cattle

Finding raises regulatory questions as well as concerns around biosafety.

Jonathan Latham and Allison Wilson

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Recognizing Rights of Great Barrier Reef Could Help Defeat Destructive Coal Mine Project

Conventional environmental laws have allowed Adani’s Carmichael coal mine go forward in Australia. It’s time we changed them.

Michelle Maloney and Mari Margil

A Green New Deal for the San Francisco Bay

Resolution would help the Bay Area transition to renewables, clean up of toxic sites, and adapt to sea level rise.

Sejal Choksi-Chugh

The Hidden Cost of Poaching

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Arrieanna Towner

Caring for Botanical Treasures in a Failed State

At Venezuela's Botanical Garden of Caracas, a dedicated team struggles to keep an international plant collection alive.

Jeanfreddy Gutiérrez Torres

Indigenous Communities in Mexico Fight for Their Lives and Their Lands

A confederation of Nahua pueblos vows to defend their ancestral homeland from a predatory cartel with alleged ties to extractive industries.

Jeremy Kryt

How Some of the Rarest Fish on Earth Survived California’s Ridgecrest Earthquake

The endangered Devils Hole pupfish, numbering under 200, employed key survival tactics to escape 10-foot wave.

Maanvi Singh The Guardian

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