Catholics Organize to Promote Pope’s Climate Change Message

A network of Roman Catholics are preparing for Pope Francis releasing his encyclical, a high-level teaching document, […]

Climate change could overwhelm California, Obama adviser says

White Houst science adviser John Holdren speaks to the San Francisco Chronicle about California’s current drought, climate […]

Ecology in an Anthropogenic Biosphere

ABSTRACT: Humans, unlike any other multicellular species in Earth’s history, have emerged as a global force that is […]

A thrilling look at the first 21 days of a bee’s life

Anand Varma was asked to photograph the compelling, and increasingly threatened, lives of bees. Varma worked with […]

Turning 21 in the Anthropocene: An Invitation for Young People to Participate in their Future

From Earth Day Eve 2015, Nate Hagens presents Turning 21 in the Anthropocene: An Invitation for Young […]

Collapse of the world’s largest herbivores

The world’s largest herbivores face multiple, concurrent threats, This paper from Ripple et al. explores these threats […]

The House of Owls

Tony Angell uses his considerable talents as an author, illustrator, and naturalist to captivate readers with the […]

Getting the Anthropocene so wrong

In a paper just published in The Anthropocene Review, Clive Hamilton argues that a proper understanding of the Earth […]

Sustainable Solutions to Youth Unemployment

Under- and unemployment, especially among youth, remain at staggering rates. Can jobs be created that break away […]

Urban farming is booming, but what does it really yield?

Elizabeth Royte investigates the yields urban farming, in its many forms, produces and finds that some of […]