- theconversation.com - Corey J. A. Bradshaw and Daniel T. Blumstein and Paul Ehrlich
- The Guardian - Tom Phillips and Caio Barretto Briso in Rio de Janeiro
Memories of Brazil’s dictatorship as plan threatens biodiverse home of three indigenous communities Brazilian activists have voiced alarm over their government’s plans to bulldoze a 94-mile highway through...
- By Year in Review
Record-smashing heatwaves, wildfires, hurricanes, Arctic deterioration and more: This is what climate change looks like. Scientists and advocacy groups warn that unprecedented measures are needed to cut emissions and ensure our warming planet remains habitable—and unfortunately, virus lockdowns haven't bought us much time, no matter how comforting those "nature is healing" memes may have been in the early days of the pandemic.