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 Protect a Forest, He Organized its People

Alok Shukla pulled together a community resistance campaign that saved an ancient forest in India from being dug up for coal.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Returning to Balance

Finding healing and wellness through a deep relationship with land and Indigenous lifeways.

Teresa Peterson

Reflecting on Water

A river guide’s thoughts on the occasion of Earth Day.

Michael Engelhard

A Few Ways to Filter Out Some Harmful ‘Forever Chemicals’ at Home

PFAS are showing up in water systems across the US, but removing them from public water will cost billions and take time.

Kyle Doudrick

Ugandan Activists Face Criminal Charges Following Pipeline Protest

Human rights watchdogs sound alarm on crackdown on environmental advocates in the East African nation.

Obiora Ikoku

Will Deep Sea Mining Suffocate Ocean Conservation?

Without major attention and funding, experts fear marine sustainability goals for 2030 will go unmet.

Julián Reingold

Where Mountains Aren’t Nameless

What can you learn from a 1,000-mile solo trek through the Alaskan wilderness?

Michael Engelhard

Flaco’s Death is One of Too Many

Thanks to rodenticides, every animal that preys upon a rodent is at risk.

Lisa Owens Viani

The Shocking Truth About Sloths

As their forests disappear, sloths are climbing on dangerous power lines. Veterinarians and rescue centers are developing new techniques to help.

Madeline Bodin

Australian Gas Project Threatens Aboriginal Heritage

Activists worry a Scarborough gas field project could destroy petroglyphs while hurting climate goals.

Campbell Young

Bats of the Midnight Sun

Active in daylight during the Arctic summer and hibernating during the long winter nights, Alaska’s little brown bats are a unique population. Can their niche lives help them avoid white-nose syndrome?

Words Trina Moyles Images Michael Code

Land and Love in Melbourne

An Australian referendum to provide a political voice for First Peoples may have failed, but the push will continue.

Alda Balthrop-Lewis

A Canadian Corporation is Poisoning My Argentinian Community

We, the people of Jáchal, are fighting for the right to safe and clean water.

Saúl Zeballos

Climate Comedy Works. Here’s Why.

We all need some refreshing levity nowadays – especially during this politically heavy year.

Maxwell Boykoff Beth Osnes

Court Halts US Effort to Monitor Crypto Mining Energy Use

New requirement would cause 'irreparable injury' to industry amid surging electricity usage, federal judge rules.

Oliver Milman The Guardian