Tourism is a powerful conservation tool, but when people get too close, it can also facilitate spread of dangerous pathogens.
Online comment sessions render many voiceless against plan prioritizing fossil fuel production on federal and Native lands in New Mexico, opponents say.
Agency’s current enforcement discretion policy undermines protection of environment and public health when we need it most, advocates say.
Bail out people, not polluters.
I hope that when all this is over we will put our devices away when we are blessed again with social closeness.
Environmental advocates call for nationwide moratorium on pipeline construction and approvals, citing threats to environment, vulnerable communities, and workers.
The plastics industry is exploiting people’s fears of contracting Covid-19 to push its agenda.
Around the country, Covid-19 has shut down wildlife programs and nature walks. But on Cape Cod, marine mammals and shorebirds live on, and naturalists continue to observe.
Shutdowns could impede treatment and monitoring efforts, experts say, fueling further concern about food security in the region.
In this year, we have learned beyond a doubt, what we never quite believed before — that we human beings are not in charge here.
The tribe’s resourceful efforts to protect its people might help the Navajo Nation avert the worst projected outcome of this pandemic.
The Covid-19 crisis underscores the flaws in our broken multinational food system. It also offers a chance at devising solutions.
With in-person protests suspended amid shutdown, companies continue to destroy rainforest.
We should focus instead on getting wild and exotic animals out of what are essentially the Eastern equivalent farmers markets.
The spread of Covid-19 exposes, exacerbates, and weaponizes existing socioeconomic inequities.
Trade policies written in the shadows while the public is distracted always have terrible consequences for working people and the planet.
Coupled with the agency’s deregulatory agenda, lack of monitoring and enforcement raises the risks faced by vulnerable communities living next to polluting industries.
Transforming our relationship with nature can help us build the future we want as we recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
The stimulus doesn't go far enough to protect family-scale farmers, food workers, and local food businesses that have been hit hard by this crisis.
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.
Our violent disregard for biodiversity and our own part in the web of life has generated a perfect storm of global proportions.
Economic relief is essential, but it shouldn't entrench fossil fuel dependence across the global economy.
As coronoavirus pandemic shrinks demand for oil, experts say it's time to move towards alternatives.
A fundamentalist Christian organization has purchased a helicopter with plans to visit and convert isolated groups in remote Brazilian rainforest.
Due to continuing deforestation, bushmeat hunting, and caring for domestic animals, this will certainly not be the last deadly virus from wild animals to infect humans.
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