A cougar stretches at night. Overlooks Los Angeles.

February 18, 2024

How to Save a Mountain: One Group’s Fight to Stop a Luxury Development in Los Angeles

The proposed Canyon Hills site would require grading, or flattening, 300 acres of the Verdugos and would destroy the habitat of, according to NCH’s estimation, over 350 species of plants and animals, including a dozen designated as protected or threatened. 

Local volunteers and scientists motor in an all-terrain vehicle along an 11-mile stretch of coast in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, monitoring sea turtle nests. (Credit: Jennifer Taylor)

January 11, 2024

Florida Sea Turtles are Making a Comeback as Humans Stay Out of the Way

Sea turtles are returning to this Florida surf town with nesting populations nearly doubling in 2022, sparking new hope from conservationists.

December 21, 2023

Texas Embraces Proposition 6 for Sustainable Water Solutions

Proposition 6 will create the Texas Water Fund Amendment and it will assist in financing water projects in this state.

December 20, 2023

Advocates Fight To Stop Dumping on West Chicago, Twice

The community of West Chicago has been challenging a proposed waste transfer station in their town for nearly four years. Now, the decision lies in the hands of the state and is expected next year.

November 2, 2023

Challenging Conventions: ‘Sur Le Front’ and the Importance of Advocacy Journalism

While climate change continues to impact our planet's survival, Hugo Clément, the French journalist and passionate environmental advocate, exposes critical environmental issues in episodes of 'Sur Le Front,' broadcast on France Télévision. These episodes serve as a compelling example of the necessity of advocacy journalism in today's media landscape.