Recent Articles

Conservation, Oceans

The dive boat awaits at Namenanlala's dock. Photo by the author.

Leaving Paradise Behind

The dream of living on a remote, tropical island nearly killed Tom Moody. But in the end, it also saved him.

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Conservation, Fisheries, Oceans

Salmon People

Salmon People

Who will the Salmon People of the Pacific Northwest be when there aren’t any salmon?

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Blogs, Conservation, Summer 2014, Wildlife

Searching for the ghost cat in Tajikistan: Part Three

Searching for the ghost cat in Tajikistan: Part Three

Tara Meyer and her team conclude their search for the snow leopard in Tajikistan’s Hissar Mountains.

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Conservation, Freshwater, Out West

Much of the Grand Canyon is arid and covered in desert scrub. Photo by the author.

A Gurgle Beneath the Roar: The Grand Canyon’s Hidden Water

When it comes to water in the arid landscape, Laurel Hamers says we should be concerned about more than just the Colorado.

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Activism

How a Southern Gentleman Became a Respected Environmental Leader and Radical

How a Southern Gentleman Became a Respected Environmental Leader and Radical

Gus Speth’s new memoir encourages a younger generation to pursue a more radical environmentalism.

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Writing Contest

The fragile Outer Cape seashore. Photo by the author.

The Lives of Plovers

Sierra Dickey, Honorable Mention of our 2014 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, contemplates how a small shorebird can teach us to be more reverent.

by × October 17, 2014 × 3 comments