Towards Plastic-Free Oceans

It’s time for Congress to protect marine mammals from dangerous plastic pollution.

Mark J Palmer

Behavior is Contagious

High-impact, individual climate actions can help create a tidal wave of change, says scientist Kimberly Nicholas.

Alex Tzelnic

Saving theMulanje Cedar

Malawi’s national tree has all but disappeared. Can it be brought back?

Michael Levy

Getting Farmworker Aid Right in Flood-Wreaked Pajaro, California

Local organizers are concerned about structural and cultural barriers preventing migrant farmworker families in California's central coast from accessing emergency aid.

Maureen Nandini Mitra KPFA - Terra Verde

Wetlands in Relief

Pippin Frisbie-Calder’s awe-inspiring woodcuts of the Gulf South call into question our complicated relationship with nature.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

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Hundreds of Lynx to Be Hunted in Sweden Following Biggest Ever Wolf Cull

Conservationists condemn latest cull as ‘trophy hunting’, while hunters admit it is ‘about the excitement.’

Beata Furstenberg The Guardian


Brazil’s Kingdom of Water is running out of time.

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No Country for Dissent

The right to protest is being increasingly criminalized in the US.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Urban Resilience from the Ground Up

A small favela in Rio shows how it’s done by building its own sustainable sanitation and energy systems.

Lobato Felizola

Can We Move Coral Reefs?

Assisted migration may help declining coral ecosystems.

Scarlett Buckley

In Rural US, Right-to-Repair Laws Push Back Against Corporate Power

Companies currently have more control than ever over what farmers and other consumers can do with the products they buy.

Leland Glenna

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