Pando to Pangea

A single aspen, thought to be the largest living organism on Earth, offers a message of diversity, resilience, and sustainability. It’s up to us to heed its message and avert its decline.

Paul C. Rogers

Vast Coalition Calls on Biden to Impose National Moratorium on Water Shutoffs

More than 600 environmental, rights and religious groups to present draft order amid widespread shutoffs despite pandemic.

Nina Lakhani The Guardian

Growing Climate Resiliency

North-South collaboration models bio-intensive agriculture and fosters women’s leadership.

Godliver Businge and Suzanne York

Big Cat Public Safety Act Reintroduced in House

Animal welfare advocates hope that recent enforcement actions against Tiger King personalities will help push through the bill, which seeks to ban cub petting operations and trade in big cats.

Brianna Grant

Tragedy of the Commodified

Conversation: Jennifer Telesca, author of Red Gold: The Managed Extinction of the Giant Bluefin Tuna

Austin Price

The Road to the Capitol Went Through Malheur

There’s a clear connection between this week’s attempted coup and a decades-old conflict over federal control of public land in the American West.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

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Trump EPA’s Controversial “Secret Science” Policy Faces Pushback from Scientists

Wheeler’s bid for “transparency” is another pro-industry lie aimed to delegitimize peer-reviewed science.

Austin Price

Fighting for Our Future

I’m suing the Canadian government because my culture and my history and my family’s livelihood is at risk due to its inaction on climate change.

Haana Edenshaw

Trump Guts Migratory Bird Protections as Part of Final Favors to Industry

Environmental groups hope courts will strike down reckless attack on one of America’s oldest and most important conservation laws.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

The Forest Service Needs to Diversify

Gloria Brown was the Forest Service’s first African American woman forest supervisor. Now she wants to help the agency grow into the equitable organization she knows it can be.

Betsy L. Howell

The Cost of Convenience

A deep dive into the convenience and efficiency that define food retail, its “blessings of uniformity,” and its hidden human costs.

Austin Price

Lion Shaped Mountain: Festum Fatuorum

A random chain of events, and the chimpanzees’ reactions to these events, help create the ecosystem around them. The same is true of monkeys, of termites, of moths, and of humans. It is as simple and complicated as that.

Andrew Halloran

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