Whale Snot, Delivered by Drone

Researchers are using aerial vehicles to study infectious disease in Arctic cetaceans.

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Birding in Gaza

Celebrating links across species amid a nightmare of war.

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Nepal’s Embattled ‘Mad Honey’ Bee

In the Himalayas, development, climate change, and the global market for an intoxicating honey are pushing one bee species to the brink.

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The Ecology of Leadership

Lessons from supporting a movement to restore children’s relationship with nature.

Mary Roscoe

In Coastal British Columbia,
the Haida Get Their Land Back

By affirming Indigenous land ownership, British Columbia and the Haida Nation are signaling a new era for Indigenous relations.

Serena Renner

Fresh Life

Textile sculptor Bryony Rose Jennings finds sparks of life in fabric scraps and found objects

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