- Cuba Verde
Will the long-isolated island’s low-carbon adaptations endure?
By Bill Weinberg
- Arc of Desperation
Venezuela’s decision to open up the Orinoco Belt to mining threatens the Amazon rainforest.
By Bram Ebus
- Pachamama’s Blood
Ecuador’s Sápara people are developing strategies to fend off the dual threats of oil development and climate change.
By Gleb Raygorodetsky
- Mustafa Ali
- The former head of the EPA’s environmental justice office talks openly about why he left the position and how – despite the current political climate – he’s hopeful about the future.
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- Ted Lieu
- The California Congressman writes about the power of natural places and the need for robust climate action at the federal level.
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The debate about how to reduce use of lead ammunition is heating up in Oregon.
By James Yuskavitch
Along the California coast, a race to save marine mammals from a life-threatening toxin.
By Jeremy Miller
A province of Vanuatu is turning to local, organic food in an effort to stave off diet-related illness.
By Anna Lappé
Earth Island Updates
- California Wildlife Win Protection from Federal Trapping, Gunning
- Stop Fish Bombing in the Coral Triangle
- Fire Relief Benefit Dinner: Join Us!
- Philanthropic Ventures Foundation Grants $20,000 Towards Transportation
- Food Date Label Bill AB 954 Signed by Governor
- Celebrating 25 Years of Environmental Education!
- Mystery of the Farallones, a Melange of Marine Protection
- How Women Will Save the Serengeti
- House Moves to Dismantle Antiquities Act, Threaten Pacific Marine Protected Areas
- Wildlife Advocates to Testify Before West Hollywood City Council in Support of Proactive Coyote Coexistence Plan
- Indigenous leader appeals to the Japanese Prime Minister: stop rainforest destruction for Tokyo 2020 Olympics
- Trump Places Pacific Marine Protected Areas at Risk
- Damming the Serengeti
- Tell Congress to SUPPORT a US Shark Fin Trade Ban
- Northern California Wildfires and Injured Wildlife – Have you found an injured animal?
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