Tucked away in the East Village of Manhattan sits La Plaza Cultural de Armando Perez, a symbol of community resilience and dedication to greenspace
Sarah Cameron Sunde’s performance art contemplates our interconnection with nature
The fragile estuary is also a vital food source for New Yorkers, including Asian Americans, suffering during the pandemic
Decades after the last Indian cheetah was killed, 36 will soon be imported from Africa. Conservationists aren’t sure it will work
Immune systems of rhesus macaques aged two years after Hurricane Maria, suggesting humans could also age more quickly after natural disasters
The textile industry has largely left behind traditional methods of dyeing. Winona Quigley is working to change that
The people of the South Bronx have almost no access to their own coast. South Bronx Unite’s Arif Ullah is working to change that.
New York City is at the center of a political fight over dimming nighttime lights that attract and kill migrating birds
Amphibians battle against pathogens, wildlife trade and changing habitats
In January, an underwater volcano in Tonga produced the biggest eruption the world has seen in decades. Why was the blast so intense?
Road expansion in West Africa is threatening the critically endangered western chimpanzee population
Jennifer Francis was one of the first climate scientists to connect a warmer Arctic with severe winter weather further south
Eco-theater offers an outlet for creative expression and scientific communication
A federal mandate to phase out open-net fish farms and the announced closure of a hatchery signal the practice is on its way out
The mass-produced and over-consumed cycle of fast fashion has taken a serious environmental toll on the planet. But there are ways to fight back
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