solar panels

The new book All Hell Breaking Loose explains why top military officials have bucked the anti-climate trend of the Trump administration, but it ignores the elephant in the room. 

solar panels

The new book All Hell Breaking Loose explains why top military officials have bucked the anti-climate trend of the Trump administration, but it ignores the elephant in the room. 

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fire

New books out this month dig into some of humanity’s ecological ills — and unearth a classic satire that should still inspire.

vaquita

In response to pressures from the international community, Mexico has agreed to take more steps to prevent the porpoises’ extinction — but with fewer than 20 remaining, will that be enough?

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HEADLINES

giraffes

A debate over the future of trophy hunting points out that many effective alternatives to funding and supporting conservation have started to emerge.

Bison

Conservation lacks a common definition of species recovery. A new tool called the “Green List of Species” could change that by focusing more on ecological function than population size.

Landfill

Construction of the largest solid-waste landfill in Europe threatens to permanently damage the health of Russia’s rural citizens and trash the country’s reputation.

skulls

Celebrating success is great, but a new study finds patterns we can learn from — including the fact that we ignore failure at our own peril.

elephant

Endangered species face ever-increasing threats around the world, but conservationists are stepping up to the challenge with innovative ideas to address the ongoing biodiversity crisis.

BLM truck

The Bureau of Land Management relocation to Grand Junction reflects a widespread pattern of destabilization under President Trump.

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