Tree Deaths Linked To Leaks From Natural Gas Pipelines

By Phil McKenna, Inside Climate News. -

Natural gas leaks from underground pipelines are killing trees in densely populated urban environments, a new study suggests, adding to concerns over such leaks fueling climate change and [...]

Abrupt Ecosystem Collapse

By Robert Hunziker, Counterpunch. -

A new study in Nature (April 2020) casts a disturbing light on the prospects of abrupt ecosystem collapse. The report analyzes the probabilities of collapsing ecosystems en masse, and not simply [...]

Border Wall Is An Ecologist’s Nightmare

By Kelsey Yule, Otherwords.org. -

I have spent the past seven years studying the rich biological communities of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Few places there are more captivating than the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. The [...]

Ten 2018 Extinction Awards

By Bill Quigley, Popular Resistance -

One person did more in 2018 to advance the extinction of the human race than any other.  While space makes it impossible to list all the ways he acted to damage the earth, a look at just a few of [...]