We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
A once-emptied woodland In the heart of Rio de Janeiro is filling up again.
Luxury ecotourism has its problems, but it helps fill the yawning gap in funding required to protect some of Africa’s wildest places.
How biologists are trying to ensure that wolverines, fishers, and martens have a future in Washington.
In the Peruvian Andes, Indigenous potato farmers are working with researchers to develop climate-smart spuds.
As the ecological crisis unfolds around us, we need to let go of traditions and practices that have brought us to this state in the first place.
Forty percent of insect species are critically endangered. And while many beneficial insects are struggling, some problematic pest species are thriving.
1000 Words: Pamela Pitt
Conversation: Barry Lopez (Jan 6, 1945-Dec 25, 2020)
In Review: Anote’s ArkDirected by Matthieu Rytz
In Review: Mama’s Last Hug: Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves, by Frans de Waal; W. W. Norton & Company, 2019
'The Sunrise Movement has expanded the climate change conversation and it has given me an unprecedented sense of hope.'
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