Portrait of Dr. Pete Marra releasing a songbird


These pieces explore species and ecosystems facing the threat of extinction, the lessons that their declines offer humanity, and articulate hope for the conservation of our earth’s biodiversity for generations to come.

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Biodiversity, Maya Snyder, Sustainability

Hungry Worms and High-Tech Jaguars

In the face of growing climate change impacts, it’s becoming increasingly important for communities to balance environmental and social needs. Six organizations across the globe are employing unique, small-scale solutions to create more sustainable communities.

October 2, 2022

Arts & Culture, Biodiversity, Environmental Justice, Series

Earth Day with Earth Commons

August 25, 2022

Biodiversity, Hope Babcock, Interviews, Sadie Morris

Does Nature Have Rights?

An interview with Professor Hope Babcock of Georgetown Law and the Institute for Public Representation at Georgetown on the Rights of Nature legal movement with an introduction by Common Home editor Sadie Morris.

June 8, 2022