Rewilding a farm to bring back threatened species.
Methane pollution is poorly tracked, so Diné activists are monitoring it themselves.
Terracing has been used for centuries to help prevent fire, moderate temperatures, and make farming possible even when water is scarce.
The modern food system has a huge carbon footprint. These Indian cafés want to change that.
Local communities’ traditional methods of conservation reduce conflict and can offer strong protection for threatened animals.
Four essential reads offer insights into how wild animals view humans and how our presence affects nearby animals and birds.
Urban parks are many people’s main access to nature as well as a critical protection against warming.
Native tribes are reliant on their local water sources, which have been continuously exploited and contaminated by the U.S. government and non-Native people. Indigenous groups are finding new ways to demand justice.
Indigenous communities and partners are combining ancient knowledge with modern technology to revitalize food systems and self-determined economies in the face of ever-increasing climate pressures.
The decision offers hope to First Nations everywhere: Commercial investors cannot ignore the consent of Indigenous communities.
Getting involved with climate action can be a source of hope and inspiration.
From The Current Issue
Bill McKibben has been a leading advocate for climate change action since he wrote the first popular book about global warming in 1989. In his new memoir, “The Flag, The Cross and the Station Wagon,” he connects the climate crisis to his suburban American boyhood and wonders “What the hell happened?”
From short videos to influencing Hollywood storylines, a new climate-related project is empowering BIPOC artists to take the lead on storytelling.
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