The second week of March marks #LeopoldWeek, an annual celebration of the work and influence of the legendary conservationist and ecologist, Aldo Leopold.
Interview with Val Dolcini, President of Pollinator Partnership, on importance of pollinators, problems they face, and opportunities to help protect them.
J.P. Harpignies learns valuable lessons from wildlife, through two encounters with porcupines, as he explores the wilderness of upstate New York and the Hudson River Valley.
Building off of previous nonhuman-animal-language projects, James Nestor and CETI aim to independently research sperm whale clicks in an effort to better understand the minds of these enormous, ancient beings.
In “Eye of the Albatross,” Carl Safina tracks the adventures and life of an albatross named Amelia.
With his game-changing GreenWave organization, Bren Smith is making 3D ocean farming accessible to would-be entrepreneurs and farmers throughout the world.
The Netherlands was able to build water infrastructure in order to prepare for natural disasters because of collaboration, inclusive leadership and working with, instead of against, nature. Henk Ovink suggests using the country as a model for collaborative planning worldwide.
Researcher and author Carl Safina answers our questions about animal cognition, empathy in the natural world, and maintaining hope as an environmental steward.
Can animals feel? Do they empathize? Do they experience sadness? The more we come to understand the natural world, the more compelling the argument for profound animal consciousness becomes.