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The War on Indigenous People is a War on the Biosphere Itself

Kenn Orphan

“Destroying rainforest for economic gain is like burning a Renaissance painting to cook a meal.”
– E.O. Wilson

“Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize we cannot eat money.”
–Cree Proverb

We Need Biodiversity-Based Agriculture to Solve the Climate Crisis

Vandana Shiva

We can repair the Earth's ruptured carbon cycle by recarbonizing it with the living carbon of biodiversity.

The Earth is living, and also creates life. Over 4 billion years the Earth has evolved a rich biodiversity — an abundance of different living organisms and ecosystems — that can meet all our needs and sustain life.

Endangered Species Act: A Failure Worth Fighting For?

Craig Collins

Everyone who gives a damn about the planet is denouncing Trump’s latest attack on the Endangered Species Act. But little is being said about this law’s actual impact on the fate of endangered species. In theory, the collapse of global biodiversity was supposed to be prevented by the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and the Convention on International Trade of Endangered (CITES). But in reality this has amounted to trying to stop a raging wildfire with a squirt gun.

What We’re Learning Ahead of the World’s Largest Dam-Removal Project

Tara Lohan

What happens when reservoirs become rivers again and when salmon get a chance to reach their upstream limits for the first time in a century? And perhaps most importantly: What lessons from the largest-ever dam-removal project can we apply to future efforts on other rivers in the United States and around the world?

Alaska Federation of Natives declares climate emergency

Joaqlin Estus

“It's their futures. It's all of our futures and it's all of our traditions and rights and cultures to keep this land healthy and to keep our people happy. And economic growth and money is not a part of that conversation. It should only be our futures that we are worried about right now because it is urgent and it is now.”


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