Land Back in 2022
26 December 2022 | 4:00 pm

In a country founded on colonial land dispossession, healing and reconciliation must aim to restore Indigenous land and sovereignty. This year saw Indigenous communities and organizations continue to reclaim and reoccupy ancestral lands. The Oglala Sioux Tribe paid $500,000 to reclaim Wounded Knee. In June, officials from the Ute, Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni Nations signed […]

United States of Highways
18 December 2022 | 3:46 am

P-22 has passed. The famed Griffith Park mountain lion, who lived in isolation from his kin on an island surrounded by Los Angeles freeways, was presumably hit by a car this week. Just as highways divide wildlife from habitat and migration routes, they are, in a very real sense, borders which confine us all. P-22 […]

Biocultural Diversity: Endangered Languages and Terrestrial Biodiversity
14 August 2022 | 5:14 pm

Our world is home to a magnificent variety of plants and animals and cultures and languages. But (in)human activity has increased the species extinction rate to 10,000 times the historically normal rate, and of the planet’s 7,000 languages, most are predicted to go silent in the next century. This is the biocultural extinction crisis – […]

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