Brazil’s Kingdom of Water is running out of time.
Ana Lúcia Azevedo

Feature Articles

A Future Dream

How solarpunk helped alleviate my existential dread.

Sage Agee Art by Yuumei

Reimagining Rikers

Can a place that’s become synonymous with injustice and suffering ever embody regeneration and growth?

Rachel Knopp

Drying Out

Europe’s growing appetite for berries is sucking up Iberia’s water.

Marta Vidal Kira Walker

Saving the Mulanje Cedar

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

Michael Levy

To Our Readers

No Country for Dissent

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

Maureen Nandini Mitra

The Long Game

What Would Harriet Tubman Do?

We the people have the potential to be the new abolitionists, advocates, and freedom writers that this moment demands.

Carolyn Finney

Earth Island Reports

Towards Plastic-Free Oceans

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

Mark J Palmer

A Wholly-Nourished World

Castanea Fellowship seeks to seed and sustain the change needed to heal our nation’s broken food system.

Krysten Aguilar

1000 Words

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


Behavior is Contagious

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

Alex Tzelnic

In Review

The Plague of Wild Things

In Review: Pests: How Humans Create Animal Villains

Michael Engelhard

Teaching on a Warming Planet

In Review: Educating for the Anthropocene: Schooling and Activism in the Face of Slow Violence

Paul Krantz


Every Lawyer Can Be a Climate Lawyer

It’s time for the legal profession to take a stand on working for the fossil fuel industry.

Haley Czarnek

Talking Points

Climate and Environmental News in Brief

News in Brief

Journal Staff