Alberta Props Up Keystone XL Project With $7.5 Billion Cash Injection

Cash promise for the controversial oil pipeline comes just days after province cut $100 million from public education citing a funds crunch due covid lockdowns.

Ron Johnson

The PFAS Action Act Falls Short of Protecting Public Health

HR 535 seeks hazardous designation for only 2 out of 6,000-plus compounds in this toxic group of chemicals; provides inadequate funding for remediation.

Pat Elder

We Need Our Tropical Forests More Than Ever

Our violent disregard for biodiversity and our own part in the web of life has generated a perfect storm of global proportions.

Jeff Conant

Saving Mexico’s Lost World

Microbes have lived in Cuatro Ciénegas for 500 million years. They’ve survived countless cataclysms and extinctions. But can they survive us?

Carrie Arnold

An Uphill Task

In India’s Nilgiri Mountains, ecologists are working against time to undo colonial forestry practices that have damaged this unique landscape.

Colin Daileda

Reorienting Our Relationship with the Land through Ritual

In Review: The Promise of the Land: A Passover Haggadah

Zachary Goldberg

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Spring 2020

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A Planet of Missing Beauties

Mourning the world I thought I grew up in, and the birds I thought I knew.

Tom Engelhardt

Good Fire on the Klamath

Indigenous-led fire training exchanges support Native rights, open dialogue about wildfire management in California.

Jared Dahl Aldern

Coronavirus Stimulus Plans Must Address Climate Crisis, Green Groups Say

Economic relief is essential, but it shouldn't entrench fossil fuel dependence across the global economy.

Fiona Harvey The Guardian

Hollowed Lands

In Sri Lanka’s rural hinterlands, the slow-onset impacts of our warming world are forcing families apart.

Dennis Mombauer

Certain Individual Fish Contribute Far More to Ecosystem Health than Others, Research Shows

Understanding unique contribution of highly active individuals could support sustainable fisheries management.

Mukta Patil

Evangelical Group to Contact Indigenous Peoples in Amazon Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

A fundamentalist Christian organization has purchased a helicopter with plans to visit and convert isolated groups in remote Brazilian rainforest.

Sue Branford

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