In defense of all species

From manatees to Labradoodles, let's treat them all with respect and dignity.

The new year wasn't yet a week old when we learned that the beginning of 2021 is going to feel a lot like the 52 weeks of misery that was 2020.

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Politics

Capitol rioters walked away. Climate protesters saw a double standard.

“There’s two worlds,” said one community activist who has been arrested several times at nonviolent protests. “And we’ve got to fix that.”
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Politics

The Washington, D.C., siege has Western roots and consequences

History and the growing power of right-wing extremism point to a volatile future for the West during the Biden presidency.
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Solutions

Op-ed:  America can lead again in global conservation

Under the Biden administration, America has the opportunity to rebuild our stature in the world and assert our leadership in combating the climate crisis
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Solutions

Supreme Court to review refinery waivers from biofuel quotas

The Supreme Court will review the ability of oil refineries to win exemptions from federal biofuel-blending quotas, a blow to producers of ethanol and biodiesel that had challenged the waivers.
From our Newsroom

Moving forward after four years of fights and falsehoods

As the US turns the page on a skeptical and openly hostile administration, environmental science and journalism face continued obstacles—but there is some optimism.

Mercy, Mercy Me

Measuring a 50 year-old plea from a legendary singer.

On to 2021. And not a moment too soon.

Here's hoping the new year brings the climate change coverage we need.

Our top 5 good news stories of 2020

Because we could all use a little more cheer.

Our 5 most read stories of 2020

Revisit the stories and words that most resonated with our readers.

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