We have a finite amount of time left to coexist with large parts of the biosphere, including thousands of species of plants and animals.
Something’s going on in the natural world that may prove more devastating than a mass of species extinctions, and it's our job to address it.
British researchers study 481 species across the globe to find out how climate change and land-use change interact to affect mammals and birds.
The mass of all the people on the planet is more or less 10 times the mass of all living wild mammals.
Scientists meeting in Colombia report on how animals and plants are doing in four regions—the Americas, Europe and Central Asia, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Their conclusion: Not well.
New research illustrates that reactions of people, plants and animals to the changing climate are a key factor in unraveling the complexities of global warming.
Does being vegan brand you as elitist? "Days of Revolt" host Chris Hedges and longtime animal rights activist Gary Francione discuss that question, as well as the impact of the animal agriculture industry on the ecosystem, animal suffering versus human suffering and how Whole Foods CEO John Mackey can be both vegan and anti-union.
The World Wildlife Fund's findings spell trouble for all nations, especially those in the developing world whose people are heavily dependent on the ocean’s resources.
The renowned linguist and activist discusses the ethics of animal testing and vegetarianism in this short clip.
Research demonstrates that dogs, cats and others release the same hormone that humans do when they're in love; a blond man once convinced British intellectuals he was Asian and had been kidnapped from Taiwan; to deal with the climate crisis, we have to change our way of thinking. These discoveries and more after the jump.