In a Warming World, the Heat’s On Us

As we learn to say goodbye to plants and animals and places we hold dear, we need to do whatever we can to save what is left.

Dahr Jamail

Returning Fishers to the North Cascades

Biologists are reintroducing the regionally extinct mammal to its former bounding grounds in Washington

Paula MacKay

Mexico’s Ten-Year Effort to Overturn the Dolphin Safe Tuna Label Ends in Defeat

Mexican tuna industry should get out of the dolphin-killing business, say marine mammal advocates.

Mark J Palmer

The Climate Justice Connection in France’s Yellow Vest Protests

Most protestors aren't against climate action. They just don't want to be the only ones paying for it.

Zoe Loftus-Farren

In Half Shadow: Vietnam’s Role in Ivory Smuggling

Undercover investigation reveals country is a hub for a network of ‘loosely-structured,’ wildlife-trafficking syndicates.

Melody Kemp

Efforts Underway in Congress to Strip Gray Wolves of Protected Status

Bill to delist wolves from the Endangered Species Act passed by House; similar scheme underway in Senate

Charles Pekow

Climate in the Courts

Will the new National Climate Assessment help plaintiffs suing the federal government?

Zoe Loftus-Farren

Cruise Tourism a Big Threat to Belize’s Endangered Manatees

Number of manatees being killed by collisions with tourist boats has increased exponentially in the past year

Colette Kase

Thousands of Australian Students Walk Out of Class on Climate Strike

Youth demand tough federal action on global warming as Prime Minister Scott Morrison urges them to be 'less activist'

Naaman Zhou The Guardian

Animal Rights Groups Sue Feds Over Necropsy Reports of SeaWorld Orcas

Suit challenges fisheries agency claim that it can't make the company hand over reports for three captive orcas, including Tilikum, who died last year

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Water Watchdogs Keep Up Fight Against Oregon LNG Terminal

Will tens of thousands of comments submitted to a state environmental agency tip the balance on the Jordan Cove Energy Project?

Juliet Grable

Making the Invisible Greenhouse Gases of the Permian Fracking Boom Visible

Gas imaging camera allows nonprofit group to identify and report emissions violations in prolific natural gas basin as it calls for halt to fracking

Julie Dermansky

The US Climate Change Report Trump Didn’t Want You to Know About

Fourth National Climate Assessment paints a grim picture of a nation already bearing the social and economic brunt of a warming world

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Google Searches Show Public Interest in Conservation, Climate on the Rise

Number of conservation-related queries has been increasing since 2004, study finds

Shreya Dasgupta

California Wildfires: Smoke Spreads to New York, 3,000 Miles Away

Haze envelopes Washington DC and other East Coast cities

Oliver Milman The Guardian

Indigenous Leaders at Risk Amid Guatemalan Political Crisis

What is already a bad situation for land defenders and human rights activists could be getting worse

Sandra Cuffe