Through the Portal of COVID-19
Environmental Humanities Response to COVID-19
An Open Letter on the COVID-19 Pandemic
Will the next coronavirus come from Amazonia?
Deforestation and the risk of infectious diseases
Coronavirus is a wake-up call
Our war with the environment is leading to pandemics
Poaching spikes amid lockdown in South Asia
Authorities say loss of livelihoods and diverted attention led to a surge in illegal activities during the pandemic-induced lockdown
Jon Bridle Interview
Governing Marine Biodiversity
Life in the Deep-Sea
Evolution and Marine Biodiversity
Marine Protected Areas in the Open Ocean: The Implementation Agreement
One Planet, One Ocean
The making of a conservationist Prime Minister
Read about environmentalist Indira Gandhi, third Prime Minister of India.
Setting aside half the Earth for ‘rewilding’: the ethical dimension
EO Wilson's moral argument for restoring biodiversity Earth.
The Convention on Biological Diversity (to which 196 nations are party and 168 are signatory, i.e., legally bound) is the world’s overarching biodiversity planning document.
Biodiversity and climate change. Vulnerable ecosystems: One example
In just a couple of decades from now there could be ice-free summers in the Arctic