Endangered red wolf pups born in wild for first time in...
“This new litter is the first wild-born litter of red wolves since 2018."
The impact of ecotourism on sustainable initiatives
The industry’s primary goal is to preserve these environments so humanity can appreciate them for generations to come. However, it might hurt more than it helps.
Links from the brink: 8 good environmental news stories you might...
Hard work and persistence can pull us back from the brink just as greed and indifference can push us toward it.
Infrastructure for insects: Congress should invest in bees and butterflies
Providing diverse, healthy habitat will meet a long-neglected need for the thousands of native pollinators in the country.
Move or change: How plants and animals are trying to survive...
Thor Hanson’s new book explains the biology behind climate change and why some species may be better able to survive a quickly changing planet.
Coral disease spreading in Caribbean linked to wastewater from ships
Since the identification of the disease off Virginia Key in 2014, it has spread to the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Saint Maarten and Mexico.
Nearly all Chinook Salmon in Sacramento River expected to be killed...
"It's an extreme set of cascading climate events pushing us into this crisis situation."
California’s opportunity to shape worldwide biodiversity policy
The United States has failed to take leadership in the Convention on Biological Diversity. Its most biodiverse state can fill that gap.
Rivers are key to restoring the world’s biodiversity
Biodiversity is plummeting, but restoring rivers could quickly reverse this disastrous trend.
Humans destroyed intact ecosystem land the size of Mexico in just...
“Intact lands are relied on by biodiversity for habitat, and by people for ecosystem services such as climate regulation and clean water.”
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