In Conversation with Dolores Huerta

Digging into the common ground between the labor and climate movements with the iconic labor organizer.

Zoe Loftus-Farren KPFA - Terra Verde

Will Deep Sea Mining Suffocate Ocean Conservation?

Without major attention and funding, experts fear marine sustainability goals for 2030 will go unmet.

Julián Reingold

Supporting the Next Generation of Activism

After 15 years of changemaking, YEA Camp is changing too.

Nora Kramer

Beasts of the Urban Wild

Urban areas are wilder than we give them credit for.

Tove Danovich

Coexisting with Coyotes

Despite indiscriminate killing, this remarkably adaptive and resourceful species is here to stay.

Hannah Wilton KPFA - Terra Verde

Where Mountains Aren’t Nameless

What can you learn from a 1,000-mile solo trek through the Alaskan wilderness?

Michael Engelhard

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Spring 2024

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How Hot is Too Hot?

Faced with widespread tree die-offs, scientists are racing to determine the upper thermal limit of the world’s trees.

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Flaco’s Death is One of Too Many

Thanks to rodenticides, every animal that preys upon a rodent is at risk.

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The Shocking Truth About Sloths

As their forests disappear, sloths are climbing on dangerous power lines. Veterinarians and rescue centers are developing new techniques to help.

Madeline Bodin

Protecting Sacred Land

Storytelling about cultural landscapes can change personal behavior and public policy.

Christopher McLeod

The Climate Crisis is a Narrative Crisis

Wawa Gatheru on bringing Black women and girls into the climate movement and reclaiming the language and history of environmentalism.

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Historic Land Back Victory: West Berkeley Shellmound Returns to Lisjan Nation

The 2.2-acre parcel is the last undeveloped portion of the first human settlement in the Bay Area.

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