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Entries tagged with “Conservation”

Book Review: Water in Plain Sight

Water in Plain SightHope for a Thirsty WorldBy Judith D. SchwartzSt. Martin’s PressFollowing environmental news is mostly an exercise in confronting anxiety, helplessness, and desp…

Close to the Ground: A Drop in the Bucket

It is 7:30 a.m. on a sunny spring day. Bodhi the dog is walking with me along Bandon Beach, one of Oregon’s most beautiful coastlines. It is pristine. The air is filled with that w…

Film Review: Before the Flood

Before the FloodFisher StevensNational GeographicMovie star and longtime environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio and director Fisher Stevens travel across the world to learn more …

Film Review: Seasons

SeasonsJacques Perrin and Jacques CluzaudMusic Box FilmsDirectors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud specialize in enchanting, nonnarrative nature documentaries that portray life f…

Film Review: The Seer

The SeerA Portrait of Wendell BerryLaura DunnTwo Birds FilmDirector Laura Dunn’s documentary portrait of the legendary environmentalist, writer, and farmer Wendell Berry owes as mu…

People and Trees: Intimately Connected Through the Ages

Trees are considered sacred in many cultures. Tree worship, in one form or another, has been practiced almost universally by ancient peoples in every corner of the globe.

Praying for Water through Aerial Art

Art as Activism at the Bhakti Festival

The Call of the Ocean

The first time I saw the aquamarine waters of the Florida Keys at the age of 15, I felt I’d come home to a place I’d never been before. For a time, I wanted to be an oceanographer,…

The Commons: Spring Forward into Global Weirding

The earth isn’t only heating. It’s thrashing with fever.

The Commons: The Year to Go Zero Waste

Because we all live better when no edible food is trashed

The Greening of Buddhism

Through the World Wildlife Fund’s Sacred Earth program, Dekila Chungyalpa works with her own Buddhist faith and Christians, Muslims, and others to protect the Earth.

Video: Look at these Animals in the Eye

Do you ever look an animal in the eye and see someone you know? National Geographic fellow Joel Sartore develops this deep connection with his photographs of endangered species&nbs…

Wetlands Under Threat

An ancient web of wetlands across the upper Midwest, essential to migratory birds and the health of waterways, are draining at an alarming rate.

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