How a Campaign of Fear and Intimidation Led to the Gray Wolf’s Removal from the Endangered Species List.
James William Gibson
The Last Stand
Twenty years ago, an extraordinary effort by environmentalists saved the northern spotted owl – or did it?
A House Divided
Louisianans, One Year After the Spill
Karen Dalton Beninato
The effect of the oil and gas from last summer’s disaster on the delicate marine organisms that inhabit the depths of the Gulf of Mexico.
Breaking Down Bioplastics
Is the Bioplastic Cup Half Full or Half Empty?
Mary Catherine O’Connor
To Our Readers
We’re All Endangered Now
The Endangered Species Act will turn 40 soon, and it’s experiencing something of a midlife crisis.
When he signed the ESA into law in 1973, President Nixon praised the act for protecting “an i...
Earth Island Reports
Orella Stewardship Institute
Project Survival Media - “We’ve Inherited a Mess”
Say It Loud
Center for Safe Energy - Baikal to Berkeley
Lessons in Ecotourism
Energy Action Coalition
Stir It Up
Sustainable World Coalition - Learning & Engagement Guide
New Book and Campaign
New Earth Island Projects, Summer 2011
Wholly H2oWholly H2o equips Californians with the information and skills necessary to normalize water conservation and efficiency, as well as to re-conceptualize rainwater, graywater, stormwater, and ...
Eye to Eye
The Eastern Cougar Has Been Declared Extinct. So Why Do Sightings of the Animal Persist?
Call of the Wild The Yellowstone Wolf Project
In the name of science
At heart, O’Barry is a loner, self-effacing and quiet.
HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth By Mark Hertsgaard Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011, 340 pages
The Most Dangerous Game
The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival by John Vaillant Knopf, 2010, 352 pages
Hunters and Gatherers
The Species Seekers: Heroes, Fools, and the Mad Pursuit of Life on Earth by Richard Conniff WW Norton & Company, 2011, 464 pages
Fear of Flying
Air travel was undoing every effort we were making to live sustainably…
Don’t Mini-mize the Dangers of Nuclear Power
Cheaper, quicker to build, and small enough to fit in a garage, SMRs could power homes, factories, and military bases
Local News from All Over: Summer 2011
Around the World
Notes from a Warming World - The Last Shall Be First
Do Carbon Offsets Work?
Fighting Climate Change with Forests
The role of forests in international climate policy is growing
Nothing More than Hot Air
“Some people call that bribery. A better word might be extortion.”