Robert Doyle often wonders what would have happened had John Muir simply explored but never written about the wilderness he loved. Over the course of his conservation career, Doyle has used the power of storytelling to secure funding, gain public … Read more
If you’ve ever enjoyed a drive on that rugged stretch of California coast where Highway One winds south of Pacifica, past Half Moon Bay and down through Pescadero, you should probably thank Lennie Roberts. “Lennie is considered the sixth supervisor … Read more
If you told the teenage Anthony Khalil that someday he would be a mentor, educator, and leader in the fight for environmental justice, he may not have believed it. Back then he just loved to be outside. For the young … Read more
Can the native plant movement outlast its scientific and cultural critics?
Residents and advocates turn to the challenge of keeping it welcome.
The shutdown has resulted in messy parks. But in every crisis there’s an opportunity.
Faith Kearns writes that new Governor Gavin Newsom should focus on adapting to the climate changes we are already seeing – as well as those scientists predict are coming – without giving up outgoing governor Jerry Brown’s mission to stem further changes by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Ellie Cohen departs Point Blue Conservation Science after leading the organization through 20 years of rapid growth.
Can California teach an understanding of the natural world to every K-12 schoolkid in the state?
Should an animal’s intelligence change the way we treat it?