Paved Over Ohlone Shellmound Site in Berkeley Listed as Endangered Historic Place

Designation can help open a dialogue about how our relationship with the environment must evolve in the light of climate change, says Ohlone leader Corrina Gould.

Fiona McLeod

How White Supremacy Caused the Climate Crisis

Embedded in the theory of racial supremacy is the theory of human supremacy over nature, which has brought environmental calamity upon us.

Theodore Grudin

Facebook Suspends Environmental Groups Despite Vow to Fight Climate Misinformation

Social media giant blames mistake in system for restrictions on groups including Greenpeace USA, Rainforest Action Network.

Oliver Milman The Guardian

This Land is Our Land

‘Public Trust’ chronicles the decades-long scheme to privatize America’s wild lands and the struggle to preserve our final frontier from plundering.

Ed Rampell

In Wisconsin’s Green Bay, Walleye Swim Healthy Again

A 30-year effort to clean up the Lower Fox River by a coalition of local officials, business owners, educators, environmentalists, and outdoor enthusiasts is bearing fruit.

Jenny Wisniewski

Biden and Trump Set to Deliver Starkly Different Messages on Wildfires

Responses to crisis illustrate importance of November election in determining trajectory of global climate action.

Emily Holden The Guardian

Lion Shaped Mountain: Searching for the Ghost of a Misplaced Ape

In just one morning, a single hunter alters the destiny of two chimpanzee communities in Sierra Leone.

Andrew Halloran

Huge Cavities Threaten Glacier Larger than Great Britain

Water is seeping into fissures in Thwaites glacier in Antarctica, accelerating sea level rise.

Jonathan Watts The Guardian

Under An Orange Sky

Climate chaos is here. The time for action was yesterday.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Tahlequah, Orca Famous for Carrying Her Dead Calf for 17 Days, Gives Birth Again

Researchers estimate the new calf, which was seen ‘swimming vigorously alongside its mother,’ was born last week.

Natalie Wallington The Guardian

Scant Improvement in Living Conditions At San Quentin

Overcrowding continues to be a problem at California prison worst hit by the coronavirus crisis.

Exxon Kicked Out of Dow Jones Industrial Index after Nearly 100 Years

Move, which follows disintegration of company's market value, could mark the beginning of the end for Big Oil.

Andy Rowell

City-Friendly Eucalyptus Species Could Help Save Australia’s Koalas

Researchers explore use of endangered dwarf trees to provide both food and habitat to metropolitan marsupials.

Lucy Smith

Saving Central Asia’s Ice Age Antelope

The saiga antelope has been around for millions of years, but poaching, habitat loss and mass die-offs threatened their existence until conservation efforts started working.

Ryskeldi Satke

Hurricane Laura: The Worst is Likely Yet to Come

Climate chaos hits the US East and West coasts weeks ahead of peak hurricane and wildfire season.

Maureen Nandini Mitra

Biloxi’s Recovery from Hurricane Katrina Offers Lessons Coastal Cities

Rebuilding and recovery is a long-term process that requires ongoing support, and is shaped by local history and culture.

Jennifer Trivedi