We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
A small band of Native Americans living next to one of the world’s most contaminated mercury mines is struggling to hold on to its 14,000-year-old home.
A struggle against odds to save an ugly-cute frog that never leaves its lake high up in the Andes.
Six Decades on, the resource curse continues to wreak destruction in the Niger Delta.
A mega-dam in Colombia was supposed to bring economic development. So far, it’s brought violence and loss to a region that’s already suffered decades of conflict.
Young ones across the world who are taking up the climate fight, are like beacons in this smog of sluggish action that has enveloped us all.
Communities are waking up to the hidden threats of pesticide use and building momentum to do something about it.
Kelly Creek Protection Project
New Leaders Initiative
1,000 Words - Aliza Eliazarov
Conversation: Greta Thunberg
The Birds at My Table: Why We Feed Wild Birds and Why It Matters By Darryl Jones, Cornell University Press, 2018
Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter By Ben Goldfarb, Chelsea Green Publishing, 2018
Five years ago, I never would have thought I’d be getting arrested protesting an industry that employs so many beloved members of my community
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