In Big Win for Wildlife, California Curbs Use of Dangerous Rat Poisons

Governor Newsom signs law placing moratorium on second generation rodenticides known to kill non-target animals like mountain lions.

Fiona McLeod

After 12 Years, We Finally Got a Climate Question at the Debate. Glory Be!

Sadly, the bar for any discussion one can expect on the climate crisis on the national stage is pretty low. And it showed.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Schooled by Nature

Helping kids turn their love for the environment into action.

Mandi Billinge

In the Arctic, a Conflict over Hoof and Claw

Norway’s recovered golden eagle populations are a joy for conservationists. But Sami herders say the raptor’s taste for reindeer threatens their way of life.

Kang-Chun Cheng

Paved Over Ohlone Shellmound Site in Berkeley Listed as Endangered Historic Place

Designation can help open a dialogue about how our relationship with the environment must evolve in the light of climate change, says Ohlone leader Corrina Gould.

Fiona McLeod

How White Supremacy Caused the Climate Crisis

Embedded in the theory of racial supremacy is the theory of human supremacy over nature, which has brought environmental calamity upon us.

Theodore Grudin

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Autumn 2020

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A Return to Nature

Ian Shive’s work has taken him around the world, but he’s best known for his incredible images of America’s public lands.

Zoe Loftus-Farren

Facebook Suspends Environmental Groups Despite Vow to Fight Climate Misinformation

Social media giant blames mistake in system for restrictions on groups including Greenpeace USA, Rainforest Action Network.

Oliver Milman The Guardian

Going Mobile

Are dynamic Marine Protected Areas the solution to our rapidly changing ocean ecosystems?

Austin Price

This Land is Our Land

‘Public Trust’ chronicles the decades-long scheme to privatize America’s wild lands and the struggle to preserve our final frontier from plundering.

Ed Rampell

In Wisconsin’s Green Bay, Walleye Swim Healthy Again

A 30-year effort to clean up the Lower Fox River by a coalition of local officials, business owners, educators, environmentalists, and outdoor enthusiasts is bearing fruit.

Jenny Wisniewski

The Battle for Greater Chaco

The federal government seems poised to rubberstamp more fossil fuel development in northwestern New Mexico. Native communities are pushing back.

Randall Hyman

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