Many black nature-lovers have to employ defense mechanisms — lest a situation turn sticky and they have to answer questions from a suspecting police officer.
Nature once tumbled through our language. There are practical ways we can bring it back.
The production of electric and hybrid vehicles generates tons of battery waste, but some companies are finding creative ways to reduce it.
In the Bering Sea, fish are finding refuge far from their traditional range. What does this mean for ecosystems and commercial fisheries?
Despite disturbing high-altitude habitat, climbers could be a valuable resource for bird conservation projects.
Beaches are a polarizing issue amid the pandemic. Experts say that’s because a ‘frenzy of privatization’ led to smaller, more crowded public spaces.
We cannot go back to a world in which corporate profits take priority over planetary survival.
As greater snow geese follow their ancient migratory path to the Canadian Arctic this spring, a century-old US law meant to protect them is in flux.
By collecting immediate, on-site impressions of people’s experiences with creeks, ponds, and wetlands, new assessment tool could guide protection and restoration of blue spaces.
Gough Island in South Atlantic is home to mutant rodents that feast on some 2 million young seabirds every year.
Tourism is a powerful conservation tool, but when people get too close, it can also facilitate spread of dangerous pathogens.
The first step to moving beyond fossil fuels is recognizing that they remove human agency through their addictive properties and chaotic global effects.
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