In the News

What Happens When A Patch of Habitat is Lost? The Revelator, November 20, 2018

Forests and Biodiveristy Need Indigenous Stewardship Yale Environment 360, December 6, 2018

Those Thanksgiving Leftovers? They're Killing the Planet Center for Biological Divdersity, November 20, 2018

Declines in Suburban Backyard Birds Linked to Nonnative Plants Smithsonian's National Zoo, October 22, 2018

UN Says Climate Genocide is Coming New York Magazine, October 10, 2018

Fort Collins Seed Vault Denver Post September 30, 2018

Oregon Pesticides Aerial Spray Ban The Intercept, September 15, 2018

Flood Anniversary is cause for pause Boulder Weekly Opinion (scroll down) September 13, 2018

How Do Dams Fall: Conversations with the Colorado River Voices for Biodiversity, September 5, 2018

Tiger numbers are on the rise in Nepal Panthera blog September 2, 2018

Corporate Food Brands Driving Massive Dead Zone in Gulf of Mexico Earth Food Life, Media Institute, August 28,2018

Does a Fire-Ravaged Forest Need Human Help to Recover? Yale Environment 360, June 14, 2018

Is it Right to Kill Animals to Protect a Species? Yale Environment 360, June 4, 2018

What does it mean for Nature to have rights? Crestone Eagle page 28, May 2018

The Biomass Distribution on Earth Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 21, 2018

Nest Box Setup for Urban Bird Conservation Kids of the Birdwatching Club, Arizona

Listen: When Human Rights Are Not Enough Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog April 10, 2018

San Francisco Bans Fur Alternet, March 22, 2018

Suit filed to save Colorado mountain lions, bears Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, March 14, 2018

Light Pollution Effects on Wildlife & Ecosystems International Dark-Sky Association

Lighting Crime and Safety Studies International Dark-Sky Association

The Rights of Nature Movement Goes On Trial Rolling Stone Magazine, 2018

Beware the Age of Loneliness The Economist, November 18, 2018

Boulder Rights of Nature quoted The Pulse Chattanooga Weekly, December 13, 2017

7 Songs for the Anthropocene Center for Biological Diversity, December 7, 2017

State Files Again to Dismiss Colorado River Personhood Lawsuit Post Independent Glenwood Springs December 2, 2017

First U.S. Rights of Nature Symposium: VIDEO CELDF & Tulane University, October 27, 2017

Leave the Leaves Xerces Society October 24, 2017

Corporations Have Rights. Why Shouldn't Rivers? New York Times September 26, 2017

Why Does the Colorado River Need to Sue for Rights? San Diego Free Press September 25, 2017

3 Rivers Are Now Legally People The, March 23, 2017

Mexico Border Wall Impact on Wildlife, Feb 1, 2017

Western Voters Prioritize Conservation Denver Post, January 31, 2017

Take Your Canvas Bag to the Market 121 Times, January 17, 2017

Celebrating 2 Centuries of Thoreau NYT Book Review, January 13, 2017

Get Rid of 2 Strikes Rule for Bears Boulder Daily Camera, January 12, 2017

To Adopt IUCN 2012 Universal Declaration of Rights of Nature September 1-10 Alliance for Global Rights of Nature, August, 2016

Milky Way Now Hidden From One-third of Humanity University of Colorado News, June 10, 2016

Conserving and Recovering Boulder County Mammals of Special Concern Report by Hailey Hawkins, M.A.Environmental Leadership Candidate at Naropa University and BRON Intern 2016

Boulder Bear Management Boulder Daily Camera, April 7 2016

Wyoming & Wolves: There's More to the Elk-Killing Story Jackson Hole News & Guide, April 6, 2016

Protecting the Pika Nature Conservancy, March 25 2016

Why Wolves Matter Living with Wolves, March 2016

A Tale of Two Lakes -- the Case for Open Space Boulder Daily Camera Opinion, February 25, 2016

Is This the Future of Zoos? Christian Science Monitor, February 25, 2016

Colorado Needs Wolves Rocky Mountain Chapter Sierra Club Newsletter, February 2016

More Plastic Than Fish in the Sea by 2050 The Guardian, January 19, 2016

Wildlife commission should welcome wolves to Colorado Denver Post Opinion, January 12, 2016

A constitutional right to stop fracking in our communities Boulder Daily Camera Guest Opinions, December 9, 2015

Why Prairie Dogs Matter Boulder Daily Camera Guest Opinions, November 26, 2015

Open Season on Mountain Lions Boulder Daily Camera Opinion, November 19, 2015

Keep It In the Ground E&ENews, November 17, 2015

U.N. Analysis: World Climate Pledges Too Weak To Prevent Dangerous Warming Center for Biological Diversity, October 30, 2015

A Kingdom in Jeopardy African Wildlife Foundation, October 30, 2015

Captive Chimpanzees Are Now Protected Under the Endangered Species Act, October 2015

Feds Move Ahead with Mexican Wolf Releases Santa Fe New Mexican, October 14, 2015

Boulder County Resolution Supporting the Endangered Species Act Boulder County Commissioners, October 13, 2015

10 Mexican Gray Wolves to be Released in Mew Mexico Center for Biological Diversity, October 8, 2015

Cue The Greater Sage Grouse Law Suits High Country News, September 22, 2015

California Declares Round-up A Carcinogen Ecowatch, September 8, 2015

Colorado Community Rights Amendment Colorado Statesman, August 21, 2015

Wolf Tracks Willamette Week, May 27, 2015
High Stakes for the Iconic Sage Grouse Denver Post, May 23, 2015

Local GMO Ban on May Ballot Corvallis Advocate, April 24, 2015

Activists Continue Fight for Prairie Dogs Castle Rock News-Press, March 2, 2015

Colorado Land Impact of Oil & Gas Denver Post, March 1, 2015
Chemical Free Parks in Durango Alternet, February 20, 2015

Should Nature Have Standing To Sue? High Country News, January 19, 2015

Environmentalists Should Focus on River Destruction Boulder Daily Camera, January 15, 2015

Reversing Course on Beavers. New York Times, October 28, 2014

Tracing the Line in Colorado: A State Split Left and Right. See Paragraph 2, that's BRON! NewYork Times, October 24, 2014

The Risks of Cheap Water. New York Times, October 14, 2014
Non-lead Ammunition Helps Condor Recovery. Mohave Valley Daily News, Bullhead City, AZ, October 3, 2014

Endangered Species HabitatObama Administration Unveils Rewrite of Key Rules for Critical Habitat under the Endangered Species Act, E&E News 

After 90% Decline Federal Protection Sought for Monarch Butterfly Center for Biological Diversity, August 26, 2014

Monarch Butterflies Xerces Society, August 2014

Northern Harriers Fledge 5 Young in Boulder County, Steve Jones, Summer 2014

Two Oregon Counties Ban GMO Plants AlterNet, May 21, 2014

Santa Monica Recognizes Legal Standing for Ecosystems Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature, April 12, 2013

Rebel Towns The Nation
The First Successful Case of the Rights of Nature Implementation in Ecuador Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature, March 30, 2011

KGNU’s Hemispheres program with BRON board members Steve Jones and Dan Leftwich, in which they introduced the organization and the need for recognition of the rights of nature (January 8, 2013)


United Nations Debates Whether Nature Has Rights, April20, 2011