Addressing the Climate Problem Will Require A Dramatic Reordering of Our Lives

Dayton Martindale :: Earth Island Journal

Dayton Martindale

Could Sea Creatures Help Slow Climate Change? :: Earth Island Journal

Could Sea Creatures Help Slow Climate Change?

Heidi Pearson :: Earth Island Journal

Heidi Pearson

New York Leaders Have Ambitious Climate Goals. Can Legislators Make it Happen? :: Earth Island Journal

New York Leaders Have Ambitious Climate Goals. Can Legislators Make it Happen?

Trump Is Trying to Stand in the Way of Electric Cars, Despite Bipartisan Support for Them :: Earth Island Journal

Trump Is Trying to Stand in the Way of Electric Cars, Despite Bipartisan Support for Them

Roger Kaye :: Earth Island Journal

Roger Kaye

Nowhere to Hide When the Fire Comes Next :: Earth Island Journal

Nowhere to Hide When the Fire Comes Next

The Young Republicans Breaking with Trump on Climate Change :: Earth Island Journal

The Young Republicans Breaking with Trump on Climate Change

Meg Wilcox :: Earth Island Journal

Meg Wilcox

As Black Bears Slowly Return to Texas, Border Wall Could Jeopardize Recovery :: Earth Island Journal

As Black Bears Slowly Return to Texas, Border Wall Could Jeopardize Recovery

Sarah Boon :: Earth Island Journal

Sarah Boon

Call For Pitches: Tech and Nature :: Earth Island Journal

Call For Pitches: Tech and Nature

Earth Island Journal is seeking pitches for an upcoming special edition dedicated to technology and nature. The issue will explore how technology is often the source of much of the environmental damage that we are dealing with today, and how at the same time, it offers us the scope, or hope, of repairing that damage and perhaps even avoiding it in the future. It will also look into the practical and ethical limitations associated with relying on technology to get us out of some of the environmental messes we have created.

In other words, we are interested in investigating the full range of issues related to this complex relationship between technology and the natural world, including how it impacts our own interactions and understanding of nature and our place in it. We are looking for on-the-ground reports, as well as for essays, artworks, reflections, and think pieces of varying lengths.

Please send us your pitches by May 15. We plan to make assignments by early June and would need full submissions by mid-July.

The articles will most likely appear in our Autumn 2019 edition.

Please send your story ideas to submissions@earthisland.org with “Technology and the Environment Pitch” in the subject line.

An Online Vigilante Is Shaming Bad Behavior on Public Lands :: Earth Island Journal

An Online Vigilante Is Shaming Bad Behavior on Public Lands

Gabrielle Canon :: Earth Island Journal

Gabrielle Canon

James William Gibson :: Earth Island Journal

James William Gibson

Angela Sevin :: Earth Island Journal