keller artwork

“I hope to inspire viewers to see these species with new eyes — or to see them at all,” says artist Zoe Keller.

keller artwork

“I hope to inspire viewers to see these species with new eyes — or to see them at all,” says artist Zoe Keller.

TOP STORIES

solar panels

The new book All Hell Breaking Loose explains why top military officials have bucked the anti-climate trend of the Trump administration, but it ignores the elephant in the room. 

BLM truck

The Bureau of Land Management relocation to Grand Junction reflects a widespread pattern of destabilization under President Trump.

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HEADLINES

fire

New books out this month dig into some of humanity’s ecological ills — and unearth a classic satire that should still inspire.

giraffes

A debate over the future of trophy hunting points out that many effective alternatives to funding and supporting conservation have started to emerge.

Bison

Conservation lacks a common definition of species recovery. A new tool called the “Green List of Species” could change that by focusing more on ecological function than population size.

Landfill

Construction of the largest solid-waste landfill in Europe threatens to permanently damage the health of Russia’s rural citizens and trash the country’s reputation.

skulls

Celebrating success is great, but a new study finds patterns we can learn from — including the fact that we ignore failure at our own peril.

elephant

Endangered species face ever-increasing threats around the world, but conservationists are stepping up to the challenge with innovative ideas to address the ongoing biodiversity crisis.

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