earth action

Doing something every day will help to change your attitude and create momentum for change.

earth action

Doing something every day will help to change your attitude and create momentum for change.

TOP STORIES

Galapagos shark

A troubling new report finds that one third of sharks and their relatives are threatened with extinction. How did the international research team perform this analysis during the pandemic?

caged songbirds

A rampant trade in Asian birds for their beautiful songs is emptying forests of sound and life.

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HEADLINES

Ship and kayaks

Keeping Antarctica pristine is becoming more challenging with growing threats from human activity and climate change.

Sawfish fieldwork

The elusive fish, the world’s largest rays, find themselves among the most endangered marine fish in the world.

bird at sunrise

What’s better for plants and wildlife is better for the climate. But where do we start to accomplish the best results?

Jaguar

More than 25 years of experience illustrate how to live successfully in a landscape with jaguars, just as they’re starting to return to the United States.

farallon

On the Farallon Islands, invasive mice and hungry owls are a deadly combination that threatens the endangered ashy storm petrel.

aerial view of wildfire smoke plume

In Miseducation, investigative journalist Katie Worth reveals big inequities in climate education and a gap that mirrors state politics.

Grizzly bear

A window to the natural world reveals human–predator conflict and makes biodiversity loss, ecosystem destruction and species extinction irrefutable and real.

Yosemite valley walls with haze

Get your hikes and other recreation in while you can. A new study finds warming temperatures could mean big changes in how we use our public lands.

Women tending plants

Any work to achieve human-rights gains will be upended unless we address our climate and biodiversity crises.