Paddling for a Porpoise

To make a difference, focus on what you are good at.

Sean Jansen

Ecology Without a Roadmap

In Review: Wild Life: Finding My Purpose in an Untamed World

Elisa Shoenberger

Forests of the Future

In Kyrgyzstan, a community-based agroforestry effort is seeking to save the world’s largest natural walnut forest.

Diana Kruzman

Are Black Vultures Being Scapegoated for Livestock Deaths?

New bill would make it easier for ranchers to kill the protected birds, despite insufficient data on vulture predation.

Ian Rose

To Save Native Plant Communities, Diversify the Field

So says ecologist working to save one of California’s most endangered ecosystems and promote LGBTQ+ visibility in science.

Anna Marija Helt

Our Crumbling Shores

Water always wins, but are we really in a zero-sum game?

Brian Calvert

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Summer 2024

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The Law Firms Propping Up Big Oil

Climate activists are training their sights on big law firms that have a history of helping fossil fuel and other polluting industries silence their opponents.

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Guardians of
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The rural community of Segunda y Cajas in northern Peru leads efforts to protect one of the most biodiverse areas and vital sources of water for the region.

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Parenting in the Plasticene

Can we ever protect our kids from plastic?

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Digging into California’s Carbon Capture Plans

Critics say these plans offer a lifeline to the fossil fuel industry and divert resources from true climate solutions

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Lydia Millet’s Long View

In Review: We Loved It All: A Memory of Life

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A Radical Way to Recover Forest

Deforestation has left scars in Ecuador’s San Andres Valley. But in one village, residents are giving nature a respite by protecting their micro forests.

Jonathan Palma Lavayen

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