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Recent News

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• Learning how to talk: What climate activists must do in the Biden era

Clean air policies are for the birds

According to a new estimate, reducing ozone pollution has saved 1.5 billion birds over the past 40 years.

Mustafa Santiago Ali describes the path forward for environmental justice

Over the his 24-year career with the EPA, Santiago Ali helped lead the agency’s environmental justice programs, working to undo the toxic burden of pollution in minority, Indigenous and poor communities.

What If I Never Saw This Again?

I try to freeze frame this tranquil moment in my mind. What if I never see it again?

A Reason For Hope?

An underwater nursery might sound like science fiction. Turns out, it’s not.

At Sea and in Court, the Fight to Save Right Whales Intensifies

As numbers of North Atlantic right whales keep declining because of entanglements with fishing gear and fatal ship strikes, conservationists are using acoustic technology and waging an escalating legal battle to push for more aggressive action to protect the world’s rarest cetacean.

Trump Takes Aim at Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Reduces Protections for Nations Birds

On Friday, the Trump administration moved another step closer to cutting federal protections for birds despite opposition from conservation groups and experts.