When a fast-talking Israeli journalist became both father and sole enforcer of Cameroon’s wildlife-trafficking laws, he lifted the veil from the taboo subject of corruption in conservation.
Environmentalists have never been very good at predicting the apocalypse, but that doesn’t keep us from trying. Such was the case in 1968, when Paul Ehrlich published The Population Bomb.
Carnivores rejoice! There’s environmental merit to eating meat—if it’s farmed properly. By George Monboit.
Officials bomb Guam with drug-filled mice to kill invasive snakes
Wind turbines that mimic schooling fish maximize power generation
Scientists are freezing coral cells in hopes of seeding future reefs in more hospitable oceans
Solar panels could replace asphalt to create electric superhighways
Researchers want to generate hydrogen fuel from urine
In the funeral business, it’s never too late to go green.
The manifest good nature of dolphins, who have every reason to be leery of people (we swipe their fish, drown them in nets, and sometimes even shoot or spear them), is infectious.