Center for Biological Diversity

The Center for Biological Diversity is a national, nonprofit conservation organization with more than 1.4 million members and online activists dedicated to the protection of endangered species and wild places. More info at

Steven T. Jones

Longtime California newspaperman, now doing communications for the Center for Biological Diversity while still covering the Bay Area’s evolving culture.

Miyoko Sakashita

Miyoko Sakashita is the oceans program director at the Center for Biological Diversity.

Center for Bio Div

The Center works through science, law, and creative media to secure a future for all species, great or small, hovering on the brink of extinction.

Andy Parker

A longtime journalist now working to help the Center for Biological Diversity preserve endangered species and the wild places we all share.

Anna Mirocha

Web Editor, Center for Biological Diversity

Jessica Herrera

Runner, hiker, mommy. Media specialist for @CenterForBioDiv's Population and Sustainability campaign.


Taylor McKinnon | Center for Biological Diversity | Activism on public land, fossil fuel, climate crisis & love #keepitintheground #keepitpublic #oregonstandoff

James Cronin

Writing : poetry : journalism : environment @BostonGlobeMag @Salamander_Mag. Elsewhere. Founding poetry editor @WhiteWhaleRev. Media specialist @CenterForBioDiv

Cybele Knowles

Communications Associate, Center for Biological Diversity

Mary K Reinhart

Former Arizona journo, new empty nester, wonk and writer defending wilderness and wildlife for future grandkids.

Rebecca Fuoco

Rebecca Fuoco is the Center for Biological Diversity’s climate media specialist

Noelle Bell

A rabble-rouser and a Scrabble lover.

Latest Posts

5 animals You May See at the Beach, Thanks to Endangered Species Act

Beach season is here. It’s time to frolic in the surf or lie in the sand, contemplating the vast ocean. But as you enjoy your time in the…

Bill Tackles Uranium Mining’s Threat to Grand Canyon

Permanent mining ban will protect water, wildlife, communities

Courts Give Endangered Vaquita Porpoises a Glimmer of Hope

Judges reject Trump administration bid to end Mexican shrimp import ban

What Happens When You Wall Off a River?

Trump’s wall will cut communities off from water, nature, recreational lands

I’ll Never Have My Own Kids, and I Have My Mom to Thank

A love letter to my mom for Mother’s Day

The EPA is Meant to Protect Us. The Monsanto Trials Suggest it isn’t Doing That

Three public trials involving Monsanto have raised troubling questions about lax oversight of all pesticides by the Environmental…

Pompeo Wants to Double Down on the Disaster Unfolding in the Arctic

Loss of Arctic sea ice is accelerating extinctions and global warming, but Trump administration sees business opportunities

Five Ways Supermarkets Can Really Win at Reducing Food Waste

Food waste is taking a toll on the environment, the economy and the fight against hunger. That’s why April has been named “Winning on…

Burning Man Should Evolve to Embrace More Environmental Protection

New federal conditions overreach, but bringing 100,000 Burners to Black Rock Desert has undeniable impacts


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