How your Hair Color can Effect Climate Change

Climate change and health concerns are compelling reasons to avoid the chemicals in synethic colorings and revive our use of natural hair dyes.

Women Mentors: Their Value to Nature

Women leaders are vital to expanding diversity in roles of power—liberating cultural and individual perspectives which value female voices. Women mentors are especially important to encouraging strong voices in conservation, because they teach skills that build confidence and encourage women to embrace their value in shaping our world.

An Ethical Manifesto for Bird Photography

The advantages of ethical photography go beyond the benefits to nature. Moments which unfold organically can render something truly magical, such as the images by Tim Hopwood. Read Tim’s tips and advice on the ethics of photography and how to apply them in the field.

Rewilding Abandoned Lands

Restoring the fertility of agricultural land can be challenging but not impossible, says property strategist Steve Chandler, (CEO of LEFTA). He explains how micro-forests can help restore nature’s benficial presence in areas where agriculture or infrastruture have negatively impacted the ecosystem.

Ode to Trees: A Letter for Aspiring Arbonauts

Meg Lowman (@canopymeg) and her family enjoy nothing more than deciphering the wisdom of forests—seeking out skyhigh clues in the canopy. Her new book “The Arbonaut: a life discovering the eighth continent in the trees above us,” invites readers to explore the fascinating science (dendrology), character, and charm of these ancient organisms.

Interactive Stories: Creating Space for Confronting Issues

'The Atlantic Coast Pipeline Virtual Exhibit', launched earlier this year, displays the images from an iLCP Expedition led by Karen Kasmauski. Creating a visual-storytelling platform that enables people to explore and interact with an important topic from the safety of their homes.

The Night Frogs by M.J. Gibbs

The Night Frogs by M.J. Gibbs shines a spotlight on amphibian conservation. Written in tribute to the Amphibian Survival Alliance, this tiny tale shares a grand message—inspiring children to explore and protect nature's little creatures.

Painted Dog Supermom

Also known as the painted wolf, African Wild Dog and Cape Hunting Dog, the African Painted Dog is the most endangered large carnivore in Africa, Red-Listed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Explore Painted Dog Conservation to learn about threats to the dogs, their incredible social systems and pack life, and how different they are from any other dog on the planet (three to five million years of evolution separates them from the other canids like wolves and domestic dogs).

Spend Earth Day Eavesdropping on the Birds!

Want to know how a conservation filmmaker celebrates Earth Day? Join Nina Constable and her #plantpotparabolic as we spend Earth Day eavesdropping on the birds…

A Little Soil for the Soul

Giving vacant lots a new lease on life as urban farms which feed the community, has sustainable and social value for cities globally!

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