Finding Inspiration in Rosie the Riveter

Why a group of women took the helm of a grassroots effort to green Richmond, CA

Libby Smith

$2.7 Billion Deal Opens Madagascar’s Waters to Hundreds of Chinese Fishing Vessels

Critics say agreement is bad for local fishers, that negotiators failed to conduct public consulation or environmental impact statement

Edward Carver

Losing Quiet Spaces

As human-made noises reach deep into wild places, people and wildlife alike are feeling the impact

Lauren Hall Ruddell

Is the EPA’s Online Climate Change Section Gone for Good?

Material saying humans are warming the planet was taken down last year for an ‘update'

Oliver Milman The Guardian

Spawning an Intervention

An international team of scientists is mastering the art and science of raising coral babies

Story by Michelle Nijhuis Photographs Exposure Labs

Bolsonaro: A Despot Who “Spells Disaster, Not Only for Brazil but for the Planet”

Brazil's new president aims to replicate many of the policies of Trump’s nationalism and anti-environmentalism.

Andy Rowell

Learning from Indigenous Knowledges and Lifeways

In Review: The Archipelago of Hope

Terri Hansen

The Coyote Champion

A conversation with compassionate conservationist Camilla Fox

Paula MacKay

“Every Life Matters”

A conversation with animal ethologist Marc Bekoff

Qirrat Ahmad

Sniffing Poop Out at Sea

Scat detection dogs are helping scientists learn more about threats to the fish-eating orcas in Puget Sound

Paula MacKay

Iran Has Charged Five Environmentalists with National Security Crimes Punishable by Death

Human rights campaigners and Iran's own government say spying allegations are unfounded

Saeed Kamali Dehghan The Guardian

Lion Shaped Mountain: Hidden Kingdoms

Beneath towering mango trees, the Matamba chimpanzee community makes its home

Andrew Halloran

A Justice-Led Climate Transition Is Our Only Hope

Holding global warming to 1.5 C will require both a deep technological revolution and a vast social transformation

Tom Athanasiou

Lives Cut Short

With fewer than 30 vaquitas left, the loss of a single calf feels like a blow beyond all reckoning

Brooke Bessesen

Climate Change Threatens Years of Work to Reverse Manmade Damage in the Everglades

Changing rainfall patterns, sea level rise complicate long-term plan to restore tropical wetland ecosystem

Emily-Holden The Guardian

Last Stand in the Swamp: Activists Fight Final Stretch of Dakota Access Pipeline

Opponents of the 160-mile Bayou Bridge pipeline, which will cross Native American land and 700 bodies of water, have chained themselves to machinery

Lauren Zanolli The Guardian