- In the Land of Bonobos
Can a pioneering rehabilitation project create a harmonious co-existence between
people and bonobos?
By Christopher Clark
- The Long Run Home
The Winnemem Wintu tribe and their salmon relative are both on the verge of vanishing. Can a “desperate” plan save them?
By Maureen Nandini Mitra
- Deep Impact
A high resolution map of the seafloor could be a boon for explorers and a curse
for deep sea creatures.
By Adrienne Bernhard
In the dry Patagonian desert, penguins are contending with an unexpected impact of climate change: rain.
By Eric Wagner
For many generations, canoes have allowed us to engage intimately with the environment.
By Mark Neuil
By “voting with our wings” – choosing our destinations well and cultivating our roles as citizen diplomats – we can change the world for the better.
By Ethical Traveler
Earth Island Updates
- Celebrating 25 Years of Environmental Education!
- Coyote Killing Contests on the Agenda in New Mexico ~ Vote on Resolution Set for March 5
- Vermont House approves coyote contest ban
- URGENT: H.636 - Vermont Bill to Ban Coyote Killing Contests Needs Your Support NOW!
- Cape Cod coyote-hunting contest spurs protests
- KILLING GAMES ~ Wildlife In The Crosshairs selected as Best Short / 1st Place by Animal Film Festival
- Kevin Anderson Speaks
- Canadian court rejects disclosure of Malaysian political family’s financial records
- Little Hoover Committee Report Ignores Best Available Science in Favor of Logging
- Can red wolves be saved again?
- Flawed Fee Analysis Diverts Fur-trapping Costs to California Taxpayers
- Update and Action to Support the US Shark Fin Elimination Act
- Natural Pesticides Recipes for Gardens
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