#ECRPaper: Marine regime shifts: drivers and impacts on ecosystems services

Are there patterns underlying the drivers of marine regime shifts and the impacts these shifts hold for […]

Everything I thought I knew about water in California is wrong

Nathanael Johnson set out to write a piece outlining the ways to address the pains of California’s […]

Is It Possible to “Consume with Care?”

The World Environment Day 2015 Blog Competition is themed Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care. Yardfarmers […]

John Muir’s Last Stand

One hundred years after this world lost John Muir, Tom Butler and Eileen Crist remember the man […]

Podcast: Education, Health and Climate Change

Clem Silverman is joined by Dr. Nicole Clum, Dr. Ilan Kelman, and Prof. Sir Andy Haines for […]

Sierra Sync | April 17, 2015

The Sierra Sync newsletter focuses on polling and research to fine-tune communications. In this issue: New interactive […]


The International Network of Next Generation Ecologists (INNGE, [in-jee]) is a network of ecologists that seeks to […]

The Arctic has lost so much ice that now people want to race yachts through it

Open waters of the Arctic Ocean are spurring competition, and this time it is not among oil […]

Exceptional twentieth-century slowdown in Atlantic Ocean overturning circulation

Researchers present evidence that the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation has been reduced over the twentieth century. This […]

Long-term decline of the Amazon carbon sink

Tree mortality rates in the Amazon are increasing and affecting the region’s capacity to store carbon. Whereas […]