The Debt Ceiling Bill Came with Some Bad News for the Environment

Unpacking changes to NEPA embedded in the Fiscal Responsibility Act.

Paul Krantz

Stalking the Jaguar Trade in Suriname

Is this small, densely forested country the new hub for transnational criminal networks trafficking jaguar “glue” to Asia?

Santiago Wills

Coffee Rangers

With tourism slumping during the pandemic, a ranger exchange program in Nicaragua made a major pivot — to an organic café.

Jeff and Kate Zylland

A Last Chance for Animals and Plants Extinct in the Wild

Study maps 72 species that are now confined to zoos and botanical gardens, on the brink of complete extinction.

Duda Menegassi

Community Care in a Troubled World

It’s critical that we name the existential crisis that we are in, and relearn our interconnectedness, says Susanne Moser.

Laurie Mazur

Bluelining — Tackling an Emerging Climate Justice Issue

Analysts note early signs of financial discrimination in climate vulnerable regions, suggest safeguards.

Maureen Nandini Mitra KPFA - Terra Verde

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Autumn 2023

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Ruminations on Kinship

In Review: The Comfort of Crows: A Backyard Year

Elisa Shoenberger

The Price of Truth-Telling

Seeing a thing and saying a thing, especially about who we are as people in this place at this time, is a risky business.

Carolyn Finney

Anti-Trans, Anti-Climate

Right-wing attacks on body sovereignty are rooted in the same ideologies that perpetuate violence against the Earth.

Sage Agee

The Case for Constitutional Green Amendments

One activist is calling for all states to make environmental protection a fundamental right.

Zoe Loftus-Farren KPFA - Terra Verde

Talking Points: Autumn 2023

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Caring for Cacti

The illicit global trade in one the most threatened taxa of life reveals how similar passions animate both collectors and conservationists

Jared D. Margulies

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