Yesterday the Brazilian beef exporter Bertin reported that it had signed a pact with Greenpeace to refuse to buy cattle from deforested parts of the Amazon. Greenpeace claims that the Brazilian Amazon cattle industry is the largest driver of deforestaton in the world, responsible for 14% of the wor ... More >>
Documentary exposes the horrific treatment of dolphins, but who will save the salmon?
Activists leave the street-fighting to the little guys
Masters of the Woolen Reef
Relocated tortoises are dying in large numbers, next phase of Fort Irwin expansion put on hold
In college, my friend Ryan who had a mild crush on me gave me a mouse skeleton. He assembled it out of an owl pellet. An owl pellet is basically what the owl throws up (which is a lot, apparently, because FYI, owls don't chew.) It's all the undigested bits of prey--the bones, the fur--mixed in with ... More >>
"Sadly, we've been proven right," says spokesperson from Center for Biological Diversity, which is suing to stop tortoise moves
Bug-eyed home companion
California Energy Commission caught in scalding water
Venice Oceanarium Beach Reading
Mystery reigns as sonar tests pit military training against beloved Southland pods
Finding your inner Ishmael
What to do with Griffith, the most misunderstood park in the land?
An environmental unlove story
The Bird Man of Elysian Park
A smoldering argument over the causes of the Sawtooth fire. Did the wildflowers do it?
Residents question ports’ clean-air plan
2005 was a big year for primates and the primatologists who study them
Smog fighters are about to cave to Big Business — again
Just when it looked like we might win the war on smog, a new and more deadly form of air pollution stalks Los Angeles
How the Sierra Club and other groups can help clean the air
A federal judge re-affirms California's authority to fight pollution
Environmentalists say the energy industry helped write Clear Skies. Yeah? So what else is new?
The governor runs out of gas for major clean-air fight
Will Measure O remake Los Angeles? Only if voters know it exists
Top-heavy plan to reshape government likely to bottom out
Fire, smog, golf courses . . . and maybe even coffee-loving, rock-climbing hipsters like you
Jean-Jacques Annaud’s Two Brothers and Alexander Sokurov’s Father and Son
Is Sierra Club’s anti-immigration insurgency for the birds?
Clean-air strategy falls short
Hopes for cleaner air disappear into the haze
The U.S. military faces a battle of another kind in Japan
Dealing with the polluting ways of world trade
Out-of-court settlement could force shakeup at Port of Los Angeles