Back Into the Wild
Can a pioneering bonobo rehabilitation project serve as a blueprint for community-driven conservation in Central Africa?

Feature Articles

The Long Run Home

A vanishing tribe, a critically-endangered fish, and the race to pull them back from the brink.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Deep Impact

Mapping the ocean floor could put undersea creatures at risk

The Way of the Canoe

The age-old watercraft has drawn generations to the wilderness and nurtured their love for it.

Storm

For the penguins of the Patagonian desert, climate change looks like too much water, too soon.

Digging Deeper

Drops in the Bucket

Coral reef die offs; “bomb cyclones” and historic wildfire blazes from the easternmost United States to the Pacific coast; Arctic ice melting faster than models predicted. Persistent bigotry in th...

Earth Island Reports

Writing for the Trees

Public Lands Media

Where to Travel in 2018

Ethical Traveler

Expanding Our Community

Earth Island Projects

1000 Words

Inner Beauty

Arie van ‘t Riet

Conversation

‘Love Is a Force for Change’

Gina Lopez

In Review

Culture Clash in the Hinterlands

American Wolf: A True Story of Survival and Obsession in the West
By Nate Blakeslee
Crown Publishing Group, 2017, 300 pages

No Easy Fix

The Extinction Market: Wildlife Trafficking and How to Counter It
Vanda Felbab-Brown
Hurst, 2017, 256 pages

Voices

In Service of Climate Justice

Five years ago, Superstorm Sandy forever changed my home on eastern Long Island. I stood in awe as waves from the local bay devoured the swing set of our neighborhood park. I hardly saw my dad, a line...

Dineen O’Rourke

Inner Beauty

Arie van ‘t Riet

Zoe Loftus-Farren

Back Into the Wild

Can a pioneering bonobo rehabilitation project serve as a blueprint for community-driven conservation in Central Africa?

Christopher Clark

Proceed with Caution

When he landed on the Hadley-Apennine region of the moon in 1971, Apollo 15 astronaut Dave Scott said: “As I stand out here in the wonders of the unknown at Hadley, I sort of realize there’s a fun...

Maureen Nandini Mitra

The Way of the Canoe

The age-old watercraft has drawn generations to the wilderness and nurtured their love for it.

Mark Neužil

Letters and Emails

Start at Home Letters to the EditorEarth Island Journal 2150 Allston Way #460 Berkeley, CA 94704 editor@earthisland.org I have no problem with the author’s friend’s Las Vegas sobriquet (“Las fuc...

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Storm

For the penguins of the Patagonian desert, climate change looks like too much water, too soon.

Eric Wagner

Local News from All Over

Findingsphoto Silke BaronFor species such as Tritonia nudibranch, a small member of the mollusk family found in the Red Sea, rarity isn’t necessarily a bad thing.A Rare Advantage Here’s one for th...

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‘Love Is a Force for Change’

Gina Lopez

Zoe Loftus-Farren

Writing for the Trees

Public Lands Media

George Wuerthner

No Easy Fix

The Extinction Market: Wildlife Trafficking and How to Counter It
Vanda Felbab-Brown
Hurst, 2017, 256 pages

Christine Ro

Where to Travel in 2018

Ethical Traveler

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Culture Clash in the Hinterlands

American Wolf: A True Story of Survival and Obsession in the West
By Nate Blakeslee
Crown Publishing Group, 2017, 300 pages

Gerry Wigenbach

Expanding Our Community

Earth Island Projects

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Deep Impact

Mapping the ocean floor could put undersea creatures at risk

Adrienne Bernhard

The Long Run Home

A vanishing tribe, a critically-endangered fish, and the race to pull them back from the brink.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

In Service of Climate Justice

Five years ago, Superstorm Sandy forever changed my home on eastern Long Island. I stood in awe as waves from the local bay devoured the swing set of our neighborhood park. I hardly saw my dad, a line...

Dineen O’Rourke

Drops in the Bucket

Coral reef die offs; “bomb cyclones” and historic wildfire blazes from the easternmost United States to the Pacific coast; Arctic ice melting faster than models predicted. Persistent bigotry in th...

Anna Lappé