From the Blog

Natural history for a world in crisis

Our new collection of essays considers how the climate and biocultural diversity crises demand not only a reckoning with public policy but also with the colonial regime of knowledge that has influenced how people see and relate to the land and each other.


Meet the Inaugural Cohort of Red Natural History Fellows

These scholar-activists are making change in their fields and institutions–to redress colonial and environmental harms and advance social and environmental justice. We’re excited to introduce the first cohort of Red Natural History Fellows!


A Museum for the Movement: Introducing our New Visual Identity

We got a haircut and a shave! Curious about our new logo and look? This blog post traces the evolution of The Natural History Museum and the ideas that inform our new look, feel, and website.


The Salmon Nations Speak

Salmon are on the brink of extinction. But communities are fighting back, summoning the power of ancestral knowledge and practices to defeat proposed mega-mines and decrepit dams that stand as both monuments to colonialism and barriers to spawning salmon.