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Read stories connected to our Environment Program and learn how we're protecting the sources of life and livelihoods
Joshua Ventress September 15, 2022
Artisanal fishers in the Yucatán Peninsula are embracing sustainable fishing to protect the oceans – and their communities
Jill Ozarski August 25, 2022
Tackling inequities like access to clean water and indoor plumbing requires working directly with the communities most affected
Moira Mcdonald August 22, 2022
The state has used funding from the Restore Act and other programs to improve coastal resilience through natural infrastructure
Ten years ago, Congress passed the RESTORE Act. Today, this landmark legislation is advancing natural infrastructure that protects Gulf communities
With the Good Energy Project, Anna Jane Joyner aims to get climate a starring role in Hollywood
Kristi Trail June 23, 2022
When COVID-19 forced The Pontchartrain Conservancy to pause its fieldwork, the organization used the moment to refresh its operations
Paul Greenberg shares insights into how to improve the health of global fish populations – and how seafood consumers can help
Investments in natural infrastructure improve river health and help us become more climate resilient
Sheldon Alberts April 21, 2022
The foundation’s Environment Program leaders discuss the threats posed by climate change – and the actions we can take to turn the tide
Ted Kowalski March 31, 2022
New funding for Native American water projects in the Colorado River basin requires stronger tools to help tribal communities impacted by water shortages