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Endangered Climate

Nature Doesn't Need People, People Need Nature

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Maps for Saving the Planet Image

GIS for Science: Maps for Saving the Planet, Volume 3, highlights real-world examples of scientists creating maps about saving life on Earth and preserving biodiversity. By Dawn J. Wright, Christian Harder

Crowded Skies, Expanding Airports Image

As the number of airline passengers grows, major U.S. airports are expanding to keep up with the demand.

Living in the age of humans Image

A series of stories examining the planet-wide impacts of human activities.

The Voices of the Grand Canyon Image

Read, listen, watch, and learn!

The Map of Biodiversity Importance Image

Explore the latest work by the NatureServe team to identify the places that matter most for sustaining our nation's biodiversity. NatureServe is a science-based, non-advocacy organization, the umbrella of a biodiversity information network spanning the western hemisphere.

The Great Eastern Brood Image

After almost two decades of waiting, billions of periodical cicadas known as Brood X (The Great Eastern Brood) will emerge in 15 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. From May to July 2021, periodical cicadas will repeat their ancient ritual and swarm trees from North Carolina to New York and as far west as Illinois.

Great Wetlands of the World Image

Protecting an undervalued natural treasure. Wetlands are perhaps nature's least appreciated landscapes. Many of us may think of swamps, marshes, and bogs as mosquito-infested mudholes. In fact, they're vital to the health of ecosystems, maintenance of water quality, reduction of flood impacts, and moderation of climate change. And they're places of beauty.

25 Years of biocultural conservation image

The Amazon Conservation Team’s 25th Anniversary. We partner with indigenous and other local communities to protect tropical forests and strengthen traditional culture. We see a future where healthy tropical forests and thriving local communities exist in harmonious relationship with each other, contributing to the wellbeing of the planet.