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Earth Is Now Our Only Shareholder

If we have any hope of a thriving planet—much less a business—it is going to take all of us doing what we can with the resources we have. This is what we can do.

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Oak Flat Is No Sacrifice Zone
Oak Flat Is No Sacrifice Zone
Oak Flat Is No Sacrifice Zone
Len Necefer

As we make a transition to renewable sources of energy, let’s not renew the same old mistakes.

10 min Read
Leave It to Beavers
Leave It to Beavers
Leave It to Beavers
Amanda Monthei

Renewing rivers one rodent at a time.

8 min Read
Strength for the Next Disaster
Strength for the Next Disaster
Strength for the Next Disaster
Zina Rodriguez

Louisiana community organizer Roishetta Ozane on her fight to stop the biggest fossil fuel expansion on earth and how mutual aid can play a part.

12 min Read
The Quest to Save 100 Waves in Peru
The Quest to Save 100 Waves in Peru
The Quest to Save 100 Waves in Peru
Bruno Monteferri

A friendship built between waves becomes a powerful alliance for the protection of surf breaks.

9 min Read
Let’s End Neighborhood Drilling for Good
Let’s End Neighborhood Drilling for Good
Let’s End Neighborhood Drilling for Good
Zina Rodriguez

Our next fight against Big Oil is for basic human rights.

5 min Read
Suing for Survival
Suing for Survival
Suing for Survival
Jann Eberharter

Do Skagit River salmon have legal rights?

6 min Read
To My Bebito
To My Bebito
To My Bebito
Yessenia Funes

Climate and sustainability journalist Yessenia Funes writes to her future child—the one she hopes to have and has been afraid of bringing into our world.

7 min Read
Our Hero
Our Hero
Our Hero
Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson

Trying to address the climate crisis without the ocean will not work.

11 min Read
What Is the Future of Dams in a Hot, Chaotic World?
What Is the Future of Dams in a Hot, Chaotic World?
What Is the Future of Dams in a Hot, Chaotic World?
Steven Hawley

An excerpt from Steven Hawley’s book about dirty dams—and their methane problem.

4 min Read
In Solidarity with the Future
In Solidarity with the Future
In Solidarity with the Future
Rebecca Solnit

Even when the demands of a protest are not met, it can have lasting, immeasurable consequences.

9 min Read
Europe’s First Wild River National Park Is Here
Europe’s First Wild River National Park Is Here
Europe’s First Wild River National Park Is Here
Molly Baker

Albania’s untamed Vjosa River introduces a new model for global water conservation.

4 min Read
When Trees Fall, So Do We
When Trees Fall, So Do We
When Trees Fall, So Do We
John Perlin

An excerpt from Patagonia’s republished version of A Forest Journey, about what the loss of trees has meant for past life on our planet.

4 min Read
We Are the Inlet
We Are the Inlet
We Are the Inlet
Nikki Sanchez

The women fighting for Southern Resident orcas.

9 min Read
Shared Stewardship
Shared Stewardship
Shared Stewardship
Bethany Sonsini Goodrich

In Southeast Alaska, tribal leaders and local entrepreneurs are helping shape a kelp industry that prioritizes Indigenous values, regenerative practices and a commitment to Alaska Native shareholders.

9 min Read
A Letter from Yvon Chouinard
A Letter from Yvon Chouinard
A Letter from Yvon Chouinard
Yvon Chouinard

Earth is now our only shareholder.

2 min Read
Sowing Change
Sowing Change
Sowing Change
Juliana García

Francisco “Pacho” Gangotena and his wife opted to challenge the way farming was done in their region and are instead going back to the roots of ancient agriculture.

6 min Read
Supreme Negligence
Supreme Negligence
Supreme Negligence
Amy Westervelt

The supreme court’s least-bad, bad ruling on climate, and some options President Biden still has.

5 min Read
From Stone to Wood
From Stone to Wood
From Stone to Wood
Manuela Schirra and Fabrizio Giraldi

Reforesting in the heart of Europe.

5 min Read
Freedom through Fabric
Freedom through Fabric
Freedom through Fabric
Archana Ram

Why a symbol of Indian self-reliance is vital again.

6 min Read
The Collective Solution
The Collective Solution
The Collective Solution
Andrew O’Reilly

A former city kid finds answers and empowerment in nature.

4 min Read
Cleaning Up Chile’s Coast
Cleaning Up Chile’s Coast
Cleaning Up Chile’s Coast
Andrew O’Reilly

The South Pacific has a plastic problem. He had a truck.

5 min Read
Silence, Water, Hope
Silence, Water, Hope
Silence, Water, Hope
Andrew O’Reilly

Protecting the ocean is what friends are for.

5 min Read
Was It Worth It?
Was It Worth It?
Was It Worth It?
Doug Peacock

Was It Worth It? captures the essence of a life committed to the wild and challenges readers to make certain that their answer to this universal question is yes.

6 min Read
Don’t Forget Your Roots
Don’t Forget Your Roots
Don’t Forget Your Roots
Andrew O’Reilly

First-generation Vietnamese American Mai Nguyen follows in the footsteps of their agrarian ancestors with a farm that grows numerous types of grains with a no-till, anti-fertilizer regenerative approach.

6 min Read
Going Deep into “America’s Climate Forest”
Going Deep into “America’s Climate Forest”
Going Deep into “America’s Climate Forest”
Brendan Jones

A crossing of Alaska’s Baranof Island.

22 min Read
Finding Their Way
Finding Their Way
Finding Their Way
Sandra Steinbrecher

Two award-winning photos a decade apart.

6 min Read
A Town Renewed
A Town Renewed
A Town Renewed
Agostino Petroni

An Italian town began emptying out, so its inhabitants turned to renewable energy to save it.

7 min Read
Decolonize Your Mind
Decolonize Your Mind
Decolonize Your Mind
Maaruk, Warren Jones

A Yup’ik philosopher on culture, awareness and identity.

14 min Read
Dispatch from Fairy Creek
Dispatch from Fairy Creek
Dispatch from Fairy Creek
Maia Wikler

Why a logging protest has become Canada’s largest act of civil disobedience.

12 min Read
For the Land We Inhabit
For the Land We Inhabit
For the Land We Inhabit
Felipe Cancino

The communities of Cajón del Maipo, in Chile, are seeing their environment be threatened by an unnecessary hydroelectric project.

9 min Read
Cold Smoke, Hot Shot
Cold Smoke, Hot Shot
Cold Smoke, Hot Shot
Connor Ryan & Micheli Oliver

A firekeeper caring for Indigenous land.

11 min Read
More Corals. More Fish.
More Corals. More Fish.
More Corals. More Fish.
Yessenia Funes

This marine sanctuary in the Gulf of Mexico is one of many biodiversity hotspots in the US that need more federal protection.

7 min Read
One Big Lie
One Big Lie
One Big Lie

An excerpt from Toxic: The Rotting Underbelly of the Tasmanian Salmon Industry.

9 min Read
Trails for Everybody
Trails for Everybody
Trails for Everybody
Teal Stetson-Lee

An interview with Gabo Benoit, trail advocate and mountain-bike mayor of Coyhaique, Chile.

19 min Read
All You Can Do
All You Can Do
All You Can Do
Mădălina Preda & Meaghen Brown

There’s so much. An interview with the co-editors of All We Can Save.

10 min Read
Biirrinba is Life
Biirrinba is Life
Biirrinba is Life
Alistair Klinkenberg

Childhood friends, Hayley Talbot and Dan Ross, are determined to save a mighty river.

6 min Read
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