Breach of Trust

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.
Ynske Boersma

In Half Shadow: Vietnam’s Role in Ivory Smuggling

Undercover investigation reveals country is a hub for a network of ‘loosely-structured,’ wildlife-trafficking syndicates.

Melody Kemp

Efforts Underway in Congress to Strip Gray Wolves of Protected Status

Bill to delist wolves from the Endangered Species Act passed by House; similar scheme underway in Senate

Charles Pekow

Hungry for Change

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

Tina Oh

Climate in the Courts

Will the new National Climate Assessment help plaintiffs suing the federal government?

Zoe Loftus-Farren

‘Grown-ups Have Failed Us’

Conversation: Greta Thunberg

Maureen Nandini Mitra

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Number of manatees being killed by collisions with tourist boats has increased exponentially in the past year

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Communities are waking up to the hidden threats of pesticide use and building momentum to do something about it.

Anna Lappé

Missed Opportunity

Is the vaquita’s plight linked to the US government’s failure to take advantage of one of its most powerful wildlife crime-fighting tools?

Richard Schiffman

Less Talk, More Action

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.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Thousands of Australian Students Walk Out of Class on Climate Strike

Youth demand tough federal action on global warming as Prime Minister Scott Morrison urges them to be 'less activist'

Naaman Zhou The Guardian

Animal Rights Groups Sue Feds Over Necropsy Reports of SeaWorld Orcas

Suit challenges fisheries agency claim that it can't make the company hand over reports for three captive orcas, including Tilikum, who died last year

Maureen Nandini Mitra

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