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A New Study Reveals We May Not Reach a Population of 10 Billion People

A new study in the Lancet finds our global population may never reach 10 billion. A population slowdown will pose challenges, but it...

Dragonfly Books

If you have a special connection to dragonflies, by all means, learn all that you can about these ancient beings. Here are some books...

Like So Many Things, When It Comes to Climate Change, It’s All About Maintenance.

If I’m honest, I’ve had a case of The Mean Greens of late. While huge strides have been made when it comes to energy transition, I...

There’s Racism in the Outdoor Industry, so this Climber Took Action.

Melissa Utomo talks about racist routes, inclusive app design and how the outdoor industry is failing people of color.  In December 2019, Boulder, Colorado-based web...

Could Reducing the Global Population Help to Stop Climate Change?

Shortly before he shot dead 22 mostly Hispanic people in El Paso, Texas, a little over a year ago, a white supremacist wrote in his...

Cultural Legends of the Mekong Are Raising Environmental Awareness

In 2014, several Indigenous communities in the Mekong started recording their stories and legends with the help of a group of researchers who are exploring...

The Environmental Movement Needs to Reckon with Its Racist Past

The United States is having a long-overdue national reckoning with racism. From criminal justice to pro sports to pop culture, Americans increasingly are recognizing how racist ideas have influenced...

John Muir’s Writing Demonstrated Scientific Acumen – and Much More

John Muir's Literary Science The writings of the Scottish-born American naturalist John Muir are known for their scientific acumen as well as for their rhapsodic...

How Darwin and a Trip to Sri Lanka Shaped the Views of a 19th Century Biologist

Human Forms in Nature – Ernst Haeckel's Trip to South Asia and Its Aftermath An early promoter and populariser of Darwin's evolutionary theory, the German...

32 Eco-Friendly Board Games for Off-Screen Quality Time

Playing eco-friendly board games is a great excuse to get together with your peeps! Remember the good ol’ days when families and friends used...

New Album by Swedish Metal Rocker Mourns Species Extinction

Rage Against the Anthropocene: The Extinction Crisis Get an "Eco-slam" Soundtrack A Swedish death-metal album mourns species we’ve recently lost — and reminds us that...

Climate Change in VR as Told by Indigenous Artists

Indigenous Artists Use Technology to Tell Stories About Their Ancestral Lands These five art projects explore the impacts of climate change using VR and other...