Photographer Jonno Rattman spent a week photographing the Central Valley for Bay Nature’s summer 2019 cover story, “A Time of Reckoning”. He was struck, as he traveled, by the near total absence of people — it was, he says, one … Read more
Climate change is dramatically altering the San Francisco Bay Area's ecosystems and raising profound questions among conservationists about how to help species best adapt to new conditions.
For 74 issues we’ve chosen cover art and photos that capture the inspirational power and beauty of Bay Area nature. The 75th cover is different.
Children’s author Annie Barrows talks with Bay Nature about her second grade heroines tackling climate change for the science fair.
California wants to go carbon negative. But even policymakers tend to overlook the best way to get there.
A new report urges the Bay Area’s communities to work together against sea level rise.
So far no policy has been created to protect carbon storage in the ocean, which is Earth’s largest carbon sink and a central element of our planet’s climate cycle.
Rob Badger’s collection goes by the title “Beauty and the Beast”
Sea level rise has a gotcha-from-
behind twin: rising groundwater. It’s already here. And some experts
maintain, we’re not ready for it.
Many birds now arrive early — but some, like Wilson’s warblers in the Bay Area, arrive later than they once did.
There’s deep joy in articulating reality, the poems in this new collection make clear—the simple reward of seeing the world as it is.