A Bug’s Life

I photograph insects because they are at risk, and visual recording of our natural world is a key conservation tool.

Amit Roy

Banks Lent $2.6tn Linked to Ecosystem and Wildlife Destruction in 2019

Lack of policies regulating impact on natural world means finance industry effectively bankrolling biodiversity loss, analysis finds

Patrick Greenfield and Phoebe Weston The Guardian

The Midas Touch?

A Canadian company wants to build a massive gold mine in Idaho’s Valley County. Under a pending agreement with the Trump administration, it could be let off the hook for the resulting waste.

Raquel Dominguez and Aaron Mintzes

Picking up the Pieces After a Disaster

Climate chaos is the through line in Rebuilding Paradise, but the documentary also offers tales of resilience and community.

Ed Rampell

Fossil fuel Phaseout, Fenceline Communities, Environmental Justice Take a Seat at the Table

Last night's presidential debate underscored the environmental movement's success in pushing the needle forward on the political discourse on climate change.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

‘We Don’t Have Any Choice’: The Young Climate Activists Naming and Shaming US Politicians

As the election nears, young Americans are calling on US politicians to take action on climate, police brutality and immigration

Nina Lakhani The Guardian

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Autumn 2020

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It Takes a Village

In Tanzania, kids as young as 10 are leading the way in natural resource conservation.

Marlowe Starling

The Outdoors is for Everyone

Junior Wildlife Ranger has launched a virtual badge program that gets kids of all backgrounds outside while safely social-distancing.

Margo Rosenbaum and Serena Bourque

A High Tide in Venice

The story of an iconic Venetian bookstore flooded during last year's historic high tide, and how rising sea levels threaten Italy’s City of Water.

Lucrezia Lozza

Science as Literature

The flight patterns of swifts are a fable “teaching us how to make right decisions in the face of oncoming bad weather.

Picturing Nature

As both art and activism, landscape photography shows how nature changes, and how our perceptions of nature change with it.

Michael Engelhard

Inside the Climate Battle Quietly Raging about US Homes

Away from the headlines, there’s an important fight happening that is pitting real estate developers and utilities against efforts to make America’s new homes more climate friendly.

Emily Holden The Guardian

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