hundreds of salmon swimming

Fish in the northern reachers of the planet are adapted to thrive in some of the most dynamic conditions, but new research finds that some species are showing decline.

hundreds of salmon swimming

Fish in the northern reachers of the planet are adapted to thrive in some of the most dynamic conditions, but new research finds that some species are showing decline.

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Riparian area in desert

Areas with natural buffers from the effects of climate change could play a vital role in conservation efforts. New research helps to better understand them.

Black Lives Matter

We’ve collected our best articles and essays about the links between racism, pollution, climate change and more.

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Wild elephants

The pandemic has revealed the truth about Thailand’s unsustainable and exploitative elephant tourism sector — and a chance to rethink the relationship between humans and elephants.

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Climate Interactive’s new online tool and its history of deep relationship building helps show that our international climate goals remain in reach. 

coronavirus

Articles, essays and videos discussing critical issues about zoonotic diseases — and what’s going on behind the scenes while we’re coping with this crisis.

Burmese python

A new study digs into the market for endangered and threatened snakes, revealing threats to both species and human health.

Cash payments from the government could help ease the transition to a climate-safe economy and weather the natural and economic storms to come.

feral cat endangered bird

Endangered seabirds can recover, but only if we control feral cats and other non-native predators, new research finds.