An Uneasy Return
As wolves regain ground in Europe, so do age-old fears.
Paul Krantz

Feature Articles

Trouble in the Triangle

Lithium mining is driving social unrest in the Argentine province of Jujuy.

Words and Images by Ynske Boersma

Local Lens

Decolonizing Africa’s Nature Documentaries

Kari Mutu

How Hot is Too Hot?

Faced with widespread tree die-offs, scientists are racing to determine the upper thermal limit of the world’s trees.

Nathan Gilles

Intelligent Life

Can we acknowledge agency in plants?

Krishnapriya Tamma Samuel John Artwork by Labonie Roy

To Our Readers

Invite Curiosity

An antidote to persistent tall tales that justify persecution.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Beyond Human

Beasts of the Urban Wild

Urban areas are wilder than we give them credit for.

Tove Danovich

Earth Island Reports

Supporting the Next Generation of Activism

After 15 years of changemaking, YEA Camp is changing too.

Nora Kramer

Protecting Sacred Land

Storytelling about cultural landscapes can change personal behavior and public policy.

Christopher McLeod

1000 Words

Fresh Life

Textile sculptor Bryony Rose Jennings finds sparks of life in fabric scraps and found objects

Maureen Nandini Mitra


The Climate Crisis is a Narrative Crisis

Wawa Gatheru on bringing Black women and girls into the climate movement and reclaiming the language and history of environmentalism.

Zoe Loftus-Farren

In Review

Days of Awe

In Review: The Last Fire Season: A Personal and Pyronatural History

Sarah Boon

Into the Streets

In Review: Radioactive: The Women of Three Mile Island

Ed Rampell


The Ecology of Leadership

Lessons from supporting a movement to restore children’s relationship with nature.

Mary Roscoe

Talking Points

Climate and Environmental News In Brief: Spring 2024

News in Brief

Journal Staff