Our burgeoning network of towers for mobile phones, pagers, and digital television kills millions of migratory birds a year – and prevention may be as simple as changing a lightbulb
Africa wants to develop
Paya visit to a developing country previously known as third world orunderdeveloped. During the last two years I have spent time inUganda, which fits that definition. Id call...
Playing with Our Food
MostAmericans know little if anything about a massive food experimentalready underway in our nations fields and grocery stores. Alreadythousands of products, including many of the best-known brand n...
The Other Side of ‘Chemtrails’
The article Stolen Skies: The Chemtrail Mystery (EIJ,Summer 2002), contained many inaccuracies which deserve correction.Beginning with the subtitle, “Jet Trails in the Sky Used to Disappear;Now ...
Brower Youth Awards
Brower Youth Awards
Sixoutstanding environmental and community leaders from across the UnitedStates have been named recipients of the 2002 Brower Youth Awards, thenations most prestigious recogni...
Seven Stories Press, 2001
$8.95 ($13.50 Canadian)
Few commenters on American political life are more astute than Noam Chomsky, famously referred to by the New York T...
Chris Clarke and Piers Moore Ede
Penan gather to fight logging
Arecent wave of logging activity in Sarawaks interior has spurred a newseries of protests by the Penan, Borneos most isolated tribe. SinceMarch, the Penan have erected nine spont...
A gift to terrorists?
George Bush’s nuclear waste transport and disposal plan puts millions of Americans at risk.
International Marine Mammal Project
Keiko hunts on his own
Losing the leatherback
The world’s largest living reptile may go extinct so that we can eat swordfish.
Siberian parks in peril
Thereare few places left on Earth like Lake Baikal. In Soviet times it wasthe most popular summer tourist destination. These days, its alittle-known getaway spot that adventure trave...
Ariadna Reida, Gary Cook
Local News from All Over
AFRICAForests of the CongoJohannesburg — The world’s five richest countries, plus the World Bank, international conservation groups and mega-logging companies have pledged to spend up to...
That sinking feeling
Their island nation on the verge of disappearing due to sea level rise, citizens of Tuvalu prepare for repatriation.
Piers Moore Ede
Earth Island Issue on GM Foods
Thought for Food: A look at genetically-modified crops, served with a helping of Greenpeaces True Food Now Shopping list
Oil, gas and the grizzly
Energy exploration may push Yellowstone’s charismatic megafauna over the edge
To reflect and preserve
Nate Walker paints to celebrate the natural worlds beauty, and to provoke thought and action in its defense
Genetically Engineered Food:
Changing the Nature of Nature
by Martin Teitel, Ph.D, and Kimberly A. Wilson,
206 pages, paperback
A gripping account of the environmental, social, politi...
Audrey Webb and Piers Moore Ede
Earth Summit falls flat
NGOs shut, out, Colin Powell is booed offstage, and a mediocre time is had by all
Earth Island Project Reports
It’s Earth Island’s 20th anniversary, and our annual Party for the Planet takes on a special significance. The party will take place at San Francisco’s historic Avalon Ballroom on F...