A version of this article was first published on The Open Notebook February 9, 2016 Science writers often endure bad weather, arduous field conditions, uncooperative subjects, and other hardships to report stories. And we do it with glee. […]
What do you do at the edge of the Los Angeles Megalopolis when the sixth mass extinction is bearing down on the world and the animal you are trying to save is staring down their impending doom? What L.A. […]
In a world of change, more and more nature photographers are interested in using photography to advocate for the protection of the earth’s special places and fragile wild-things they photograph. The growing field of conservation photography was created to […]
The sound of climate change from the Amazon to the Arctic from Ensia on Vimeo. Everyone has a role to play in a warming world: some observe, some lament, some inform, some entertain, some deny, some react and push […]
As a conservationist, I am not just in the woods to fill my own spirit. I am there to bring back stories of awe and beauty of the wild things readers have not yet experienced, or maybe never will, but desperately need their love and protection.
The Unfolding Earth welcomes guest posts from citizen scientists, writers, photographers, conservationists, and others working, traveling to, or living in the Earth’s biodiversity hotspots. We encourage submissions from independent voices as well as conservation professionals, emerging and experienced. We […]
The Unfolding Earth (TUE) explores the relationship of humans and nature as it unfolds in the earth’s most significant Biodiversity Hotspots. The goal of this website is to share the beauty of these places and the struggles to maintain […]