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‘Like witnessing a birth in a morgue’: the volunteers working to save the Joshua trees

If carbon emissions stay at current levels, just 0.02% of the desert tree would survive. Volunteers are now banding together to plant seedlingsThe trees are not exactly imposing. Slim and spiny, with limbs that grip…
01/20/22
                                                               

Photos show a climate change crisis unfolding—and hope for the future

By Simon Ingram andSarah Gibbens
As the UN’s global climate change conference—COP26—approaches, ever-more-extreme weather has shown us climate change is here. Yet COVID-19 and the actions taken to control it have also shown us that cooperation can prompt dramatic global…
10/29/21
                                                               

Here Are the 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners

By George Dvorsky Photo: Stefano Unterthiner
From spawning fish and ravenous grizzly bears to battling reindeer and kissing ravens, the year’s best wildlife photography will leave you breathless. It’s that awesome time of year when we get to marvel at the…
10/12/21
                                                               

Moments of Zen and More Striking Images Win Nature Photo Awards

By Mary Jo DiLonardo Photo: Anup Shah / The Nature Conservancy
It's either a moment of happiness or mere calm resignation as a western lowland gorilla steps through a swarm of butterflies at the Dzanga Sangha Special Dense Forest Reserve in the Central African Republic.
09/30/21
                                                               

Prizewinning photo by Penn biologist called metaphor for ‘spiraling crisis’ in the ocean

By Tom Avril Photo: Kristen Brown
While on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef for a three-month research project this year, University of Pennsylvania biologist Kristen Brown had time for fun as well, snorkeling in the azure waters of tiny Heron Island.
08/17/21
                                                               

Top seeds: artists capture global efforts to future-proof nature – in pictures

By Anna Turns Photo: Dornith
Scientists, ecologists and artists have collaborated to showcase global work to protect seeds in an exhibition at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & art gallery (Ramm) in Exeter.
08/02/21
                                                               

Louisiana photographer takes unconventional approach to capturing climate change on the Gulf Coast

By Sydney McGovern Photo: Virginia Hanusik
If you keep up with climate change, you’ve probably seen images of disaster – homes ravaged by forest fires or cities slain by hurricanes. Aerial shots of flooded streets, destroyed buildings and dying ecosystems have…
07/29/21
                                                               

50 Incredibly Powerful Photos of the Natural World

By Jack Shepherd
The prestigious Tokyo International Photo Awards (TIFA) recognizes amateur and professional photographers from all around the world with winners in nine major categories, and the winners in this year’s “Nature” category are truly exceptional. With…
06/22/21
                                                               

Here’s the Arctic Station That Keeps Satellites Connected

By Henry Fountain Photo: Anna Filipova
Arrayed across a plateau on an island in the high Norwegian Arctic, the 100 geodesic domes of the Svalbard Satellite Station look like abstract mushrooms sprouting from the snowy landscape. From outside, there seems to…
06/04/21
                                                               

Marine photographer captures haunting images of California’s beautiful, but vanishing, kelp forests

By Bud Ward
It’s a sight few visitors to northern California’s coastal waters will ever forget: kelp – giant seaweed if you prefer – growing in lush underwater forests that provide essential habitat for a multitude of species…
05/25/21