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Experts Weighs in on Getting off Fossil Fuels and the Green New Deal

How to get off  fossil fuels quickly and fairly – climate experts share a range of ideas and strategies for envisioning a better future. When...

A New Opportunity for Job Creation in the Era of COVID and Beyond

Conservation could create jobs post-pandemic... Earlier this month, President Trump signed an executive order making it easier for pipeline projects and other oil and gas...

The False Narrative of Economics and Climate Change

The narrative that we have to sacrifice to solve the climate crisis is false. It’s a story perpetuated by people who have a vested...

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...

Lessons from Cuba: Sustainable, Organic Farming Makes Clean Rivers

Cuba’s clean rivers show the benefits of reducing nutrient pollution. For most of the past 60 years, the United States and Cuba have had very...

Trump’s War on Nature and Our Future

The Trump administration has brazenly axed another long list of environmental protections — when it should have been healing a nation wounded by the...

A Horrifying Connection: Environmental Destruction, Climate Change, and Infectious Diseases

This story was originally published in ProPublica, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. You can sign up for their newsletter here. A catastrophic loss in biodiversity,...

Can Replanting Corals Stop Their Death Spiral?

The world's corals are in a state of crisis. Citizen scientists are helping speed up efforts to replant and regrow dying reefs, but is...

Removing Dams Can Yield Big Payoffs for People and Animals

When dams cause more problems than they solve, removing them can pay off for people and nature. Across the United States, dams generate hydroelectric...

Think About Plankton Much? They Play a Vital Role in the Carbon Cycle

Tiny plankton drive processes in the ocean that capture twice as much carbon as scientists thought Some of this carbon is consumed by sea life,...

Could This Be a Gamechanger for Ocean Conservation?

A historic international treaty to protect marine biodiversity is currently being negotiated, but will it be strong enough to create reserves and boost conservation...

Do You Suffer from Biophobia?

It's an Emerging Threat to Conservation: the Fear of Nature It’s called “biophobia,” a disconnection from nature that’s reducing our collective will to preserve species...
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