A woman stands between rows of cultivated plants, wearing a large straw hat and a grey hoodie, smiling at the camera.

(Courtesy of Candace Clark)

Planet Forward Correspondent | George Washington University
Hannah Krantz and Aleena Fayaz speak to Candace Clark, a Ph.D. candidate at Tuskegee University, in this high-spirited podcast that discusses the importance of black voices in climate solutions, sustainable housing, and much more. 
Trail camera attached to a tree.

Trail cameras like this one capture videos of passing animals and are useful wildlife research and conservation tools. (Evan Barnard/American University)

Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | American University
Osa Conservation, a science-driven nonprofit organization, studies and monitors wildlife conservation progress by remotely capturing wildlife – on camera.
A handful of people walk down a street next to a large wall that extends into the distance. Logos and advertisements for COP27 cover the entire length of the wall.

Walking to the COP27 Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. (Claire Lee)

University of Connecticut
Science or legislation? My experience at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt highlighted the importance of bringing interdisciplinary action and voices to the climate spotlight.
Sheets of ice float atop a calm ocean. The sun appears muted behind a layer of clouds.

(Kai Boggild/ BY 3.0)

Northwestern University
Comer Conference geoscience and climate science graduate students investigate the effect of climate change from ancient life forms to theoretical models. 

 The Rindge Dam in Malibu Canyon near Malibu in Southern California hasn't been functional for decades. (Churnice, CC BY-SA 3.0)

The George Washington University
The decommissioned Rindge Dam in Malibu Creek poses a major threat to the region's steelhead trout population. Here's why it should be removed.

Researchers from Pennsylvania State Ice and Climate Exploration Research Center and affiliated collaborators in Iceland. (Byron Parizek)

Northwestern University
A team of researchers from Penn State traveled to Iceland last year to study the impacts of climate change on glacial melt.
A group of small light-colored mushrooms growing out of moss-covered ground.

(Jesse Bauer/Unsplash License)

SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry
How can fungi play an important role in mitigating climate change? In this podcast, I talk with two experts who discuss the different ways that fungi are often misunderstood and overlooked.
A green frog with large eyes pokes its head out of the water.

(National Parks Gallery/Public Domain Dedication)

George Washington University
An invasive fungal pathogen is killing amphibians and sweeping across the Americas. A greater policy response is urgently needed in the United States to address this epidemic and to protect biodiversity.

Trees above the Stanislaus River forest are obscured by smoke from the Lightning Complex fire, in August 2022. (Kay Jewler)

George Washington University
How did my temperate, mild suburb in the Bay Area turn into a record-breaking crisis point of climate change and what does this hold for the future?
Low lying mountains lie in the distance across a large bay. The water is a distinct pink color as a result of the salt content.

A place that holds many memories: The Salinas Pink Salt Lagoon. (fazeful/Istock license)

The Greenzine
Revisiting of place from my childhood, Salinas Beach. Now, I worry for the ecological health of these beautiful landscapes.