Nalleli Cobo Began Fighting to End Drilling in LA at Age 9. After 12 Years, She Won.

Latina youth activist receives this year’s Goldman Prize, along with six other environmental activists from across the world.

Zoe Loftus-Farren

Sharp Cut in Methane Now Could Help Avoid Worst of Climate Crisis

Focusing on carbon dioxide alone will not keep world within 1.5C limit of global heating, warn scientists.

Fiona Harvey The Guardian

On Direct Action

Each of us has to define and attend to our own ethics as we decide how to defend the Earth.

Jack Loeffler

Grim 2022 Drought Outlook for Western US Offers Warnings for the Future

As the climate heats up further, increasing atmospheric thirst will continue to intensify drought stress.

Imtiaz Rangwala

Microplastics Are Everywhere, Even the Swiss Alps

The increasing prevalence of tiny plastic particles in remote regions should be a wake-up call for us all.

Liam Dekel

Buffalo Suspect May Be Latest Mass Shooter Motivated by ‘Eco-Fascism’

Suspect allegedly calls himself an ‘eco-fascist’ and blames migration for harm to the environment in document posted online.

Oliver Milman The Guardian

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Spring 2022

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The Parliament of Spiders and Worms

On an otherwise unremarkable lot in Berlin, a radical experiment bestows all organisms with equal rights.

Inga Dreyer and David Schmidt

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Fish Can Talk But It’s Getting Harder for Them to Hear

New research points to the importance of sound for thousands of fish species, raises concerns about impact of noise pollution.

Claire Hamlett

Scientists in Antarctica Discover a Vast, Salty Groundwater System Under the Ice Sheet

Finding could change our understanding of how the ice flows, with important implications for estimating future sea level rise.

Matthew Siegfried and Chloe Gustafson

‘Forever Chemicals’ May Have Polluted 20 million Acres of US Cropland, Study Says

Environmental advocates point to lack of regulation regarding use of PFAS-tainted sewage sludge as fertilizer.

Tom Perkins The Guardian

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