Content Index

With the foundation of the mission village Botshabelo, new plant and animal species settle in this region, whose landscape is heavily altered.

This article rethinks Chinese foodways and invasive species from a crab’s perspective.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, Joel Alden Schlosser is interviewed on his recent book, Herodotus in the Anthropocene.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, Deborah R. Coen is interviewed on her recent book, The Earthquake Observers: Disaster Science from Lisbon to Richter.

The long battle to protect Scarborough Beach’s coastal dunes demonstrates both the power and limitations of local grassroots advocacy groups.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, David R. Boyd is interviewed on his recent book, The Rights of Nature: A Legal Revolution That Could Save the World.

This article charts the rise and fall of ocean incineration and describes how coastal communities and transnational organizations challenged it.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, Michelle Nijhuis is interviewed on her recent book, Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction.

In this episode of ASLE’s official podcast, Jemma Deer and Brandon Galm interviews Heather Duncan and Eleanor Gold, who explain how Tabletop Role-Playing Games (TTRPGs), including Dungeons and Dragons, can be used in classroom settings.

This special episode of EcoCast features the audio recording from ASLE’s Spotlight Series’s second episode “Water Works,” held on April 16, 2021.