After being captives of the pandemic for more than a year, we have begun experiencing the pleasures of simple outings: dining al fresco, shopping with…View More Zoos Are Bad for Animals
More than 10 percent of Florida’s estimated manatee population has died since the start of the year, already surpassing the total number of manatee deaths…View More Florida Manatees Died at an Alarming Rate in the First Months of 2021
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The emergence of a video showing Wayne LaPierre, the polarizing head of the National Rifle Association, shooting but struggling to kill an African bush elephant…View More Video of N.R.A. Chief Wayne LaPierre Shooting an Elephant Draws Criticism
But before a city knows if a lights-out campaign will work, it first has to know how many birds it might help. The Cornell Lab…View More Turn the Lights Out. Here Come the Birds.
It’s so simple: Forests, freshwater systems, oceans, grasslands and the biodiversity within them literally give us the clean air, clean water, climate-stabilizing buffers and healthy…View More One Year Later, We Still Have No Plan to Prevent the Next Pandemic
With a million species at risk of extinction, dozens of countries are pushing to protect at least 30 percent of the planet’s land and water…View More There’s a Global Plan to Conserve Nature. Indigenous People Could Lead the Way.
The whale was listed as endangered a few months after the Everglades stranding. Fortunately, the area around the nutrient-rich De Soto Canyon, 60 miles off…View More America’s New Whale Is Now at Extinction’s Doorstep
The world’s lithium is either mined in Australia or from salt flats in the Andean regions of Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, operations that use large…View More How Green Are Electric Vehicles?