Logged trees

There are specific things we can do to make sure good intentions don’t just transfer environmental harms from one place to another.

Logged trees

There are specific things we can do to make sure good intentions don’t just transfer environmental harms from one place to another.

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biochar

The new book Burn says we need to rethink our relationship with carbon and embrace one of its solid forms — biochar.

Flycatchers in mesquite tree.

What border communities really need are solutions to address economic, health and climate problems — and the mesquite tree can help.

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Elephant eating

Asking why elephants travel to specific areas can help us to better understand and reduce human-elephant conflict.

Earth burning

President Trump promised massive deregulation — and although he’s lost some cases in court, his successes still threaten people’s health and the climate.

DNA

Citizen scientists can use simple tools to study the DNA of plants and animals in their communities and help contribute to our understanding of the world.

wetland

Scientist Ellen Wohl explains why the administration’s decision to rewrite a key component of the Clean Water Act is scientifically unsound and dangerous.

Amah Mutsun land

State laws and policies in California have made some progress possible, but many tribes still lack legal recognition and struggle to maintain their cultural heritage and the environment.

Irrigation farm field

The new book The Water Paradox says poor management is preventing us from solving our water woes — and better pricing can help.

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