years in the making, the second community-managed microhydro project on
Malaysian Borneo is now up and running! In exchange for a formal
commitment to protect upstream rainforests in the buffer ...
Big fish are mostly gone
Our demand for large amounts of inexpensive fish is emptying the ocean.
International Marine Mammal Project
EII Victory: Japanese Company Nissui Agrees to Divest Itself of Whaling Interest International Marine Mammal Project (IMMP) declared victory in a series of campaigns aimed at Japan’s
Remembering Maxine McCloskey
Our Earth is a better place for her having worked so tirelessly
Mark J. Palmer
But the interest?
right-wing e-mail accuses environmentalists of striving to destroy the
economy. We value trees and slugs and bats more than a healthy
manufacturing sector, he says; clean water more than a Dow...
Women’s Global Green Action Network
A global voice for women’s leadership
Go fetch your copy of Roderick Nash’s Wilderness and the American Mind.
Go ahead! I’ll wait. Do you have it now? Open up to the index in the
back. Leaf through until you find the “W”s. Got it?...
Farms in the sky
Bolivia’s farmers contend with modernization
Red Panda Project
a place where thick forests are filled with creatures of unparalleled
diversity and beauty; a place where rhododendrons bloom in pink, red,
and white, and where a quick turn of your head revea...
The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl
do you think of when you hear the phrase, “Dust Bowl”? Like most
people, I learned about the Dust Bowl in my high school history class.
But even though I attended high school last cen...
Down the bayou
A marine biologist, a community, and the resolve to preserve an ocean’s bounty
West Africa Rainforest Network - US
Africa’s Gulf of Guinea and the new Gulf crisis
You want guys with that?
For Money or for Life
World activists work for water security and human rights.
A day in the life of a UÁPito
Whales and wheels…
Whales and wheels
note by Dale Mills, “Japan versus whales,” in the Summer 2006 issue of
EIJ closed with the thought that Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs
“can’t be anything but conce...
Nature in the City
Franciscans are fortunate to live in a climate that encourages outdoor
living year-round. Hiking, biking, surfing, fishing, birding, and
similar activities are all available within city limits. Th...
Local News from All Over
World’s bravest environmentalists
youthforconservation.org photoSilas Kpanan’Ayoung Siakor, Yu Xiaogang, Tarcísio Feitosa da Silva, Anne Kajir, Olya Melen, and Craig E. Williams – 2006 G...