Giving Thanks for Whales
Some of our favorite stories about those marvelous marine mammals.
Why Ships Kill Thousands of Whales Every Year
An interview with the documentary filmmaker who has spotlighted the deadly ocean collisions.
The Dubious Economics of Deep-Sea Mining
Environment aside, is it just a bad investment?
A Conversation with Animal Rights Pioneer Peter Singer
“Animal Liberation” is nearly 50 years old. What have we learned?
How Was Abortion Understood Historically?
One question for Claudia Ford, an herbalist and midwife turned environmental historian at SUNY.
Termination of Pregnancy Has Always Been Part of Women’s Health
Plants, prejudice, and history lessons for a post-Roe nation.
He Did Right by Animals. And Didn’t Take Bull from Anyone.
Bernard Rollin was a pioneer in animal rights. He left us with this scalding interview.
Did Cars Rescue Our Cities From Horses?
Debating a modern parable about waste and technology.
Nature’s Fear Factor
Ecologists argue balance is maintained by predators on the prowl.
How “My Octopus Teacher” Defied Convention
Craig Foster reflects on a relationship that changed his connection to the natural world.