The Latest by Divya Rao


Divya is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies, and was an intern with Earthjustice's Communications team. She previously worked with the Orangutan Foundation International in Indonesia and the Environmental Support Group Trust in Bangalore, India.

The American pine marten USFS
January 29, 2016

Coastal Martens: ‘A Cog in the Ecosystem’s Machinery’

Dr. Mourad Gabriel has spent more than a decade fighting to save rare forest carnivores like the coastal marten, and along the way he’s stumbled on unexpected challenges facing these animals, including illegal marijuana cultivation on California’s public lands.

A bison enduring the cold winter of Yellowstone.
December 29, 2015

Snowed in: How 6 Species Brave the Winter

Bison and grizzly bears and martens—oh my! The species Earthjustice works to protect can show us some of the best winter survival hacks.

December 28, 2015

Eat, Drink and ‘Bee’ Merry: How Bees Help Spread Holiday Cheer

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? Not without honeybees! Many of our favorite holiday foods wouldn’t be the same without these sweet pollinators.

Humpback breech
December 21, 2015

What Earthjustice Fans Went Wild for in 2015

2015 was a momentous year for Earthjustice attorneys, who fought tirelessly for threatened wild lands and wildlife and to keep the oil and gas industry in check.

An eastern wolf-coyote hybrid in West Virginia.
December 9, 2015

The Genesis of ‘Coywolves:’ A Story of Survival

Coywolves, as in hybrid coyote-wolves, emerged in response to the obstacles created by European settlers hundreds of years ago.