Biologists and wildlife advocates cite science to drive Grey’s plan

Laura Lundquist (The Missoula Stream) More than two dozen organizations and scientists have offered critiques of Montana’s proposed grizzly bear management plan, hinting at obstacles that might hinder the delisting. With three days left until the closing of the comment period on the state’s grizzly bear management plan proposed by the Gianforte administration, 27 organizations … Read more

How the Russian war affects the global environmental agenda

The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on biodiversity and climate was not part of the official agenda at two major United Nations environmental conferences recently, but on the sidelines of both the fallout from the war popped up in large numbers. These discussions showed that far from going beyond the global environmental agenda, the … Read more

Climate change is turning into safer hunting weather

This article was originally published by Hakay Magazine. George Thomas Frison was 4 years old the first time his grandfather put him in Lakaa wooden sailing boat, and head out into the Indian Ocean. It was the late 1980s, and on the western shores of Madagascar, Frizon’s grandfather began teaching him the traditional fishing ways … Read more

2023 list of only 100

Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America, and Gene Fraser, CEO of Citigroup, welcome Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, off camera, during a House Financial Services Committee hearing entitled Megabanks Accountable Contract: Oversight of Banks Confronting the Americas’ Largest Consumers at the Rayburn Building on Wednesday, September 21, 2022. Tom Williams | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | … Read more

Help nature rejuvenate the planet

For humanity struggling with climate change, December 19, 2022 will be a milestone. On that day, more than 190 countries agreed to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity in Montreal which seeks to protect 30 percent of the Earth’s land, oceans, coastal areas and inland waters by 2030. Among a host of other measures … Read more

Planet in the throes of sixth mass extinction, scientists say, Earth’s wildlife is running out of places to live – 60 min

In what year will the human population grow so great that the earth cannot sustain it? The answer is around 1970, according to research from the World Wildlife Fund. In 1970, the planet’s population of 3 and a half billion people was sustainable. But on New Year’s Day, the population is 8 billion. Today, wild … Read more