Magazines: Green Groups


Audubon

"Audubon magazine provides a place where nature enthusiasts, outdoor adventurers, and socially conscious consumers can discover, connect with, and be inspired by the natural world’s extraordinary beauty and diversity. Audubon magazine’s respected editorial voice plays an increasingly influential role in our national discourse about environmental issues."
Online/ Print Bimonthly: Masthead. Guidelines. Published by: National Audubon Society.

 


Sierra

"Featuring strong reporting, engaging writing, and stunningly beautiful photographs, Sierra magazine is an indispensable guide for people who care deeply about nature. Published bimonthly by the Sierra Club, the magazine reaches more than a million people across North America."
Online/Print. Bimonthly. Masthead. Guidelines. Published by: Sierra Club.

 


onearth

OnEarth, the award-winning environmental magazine, explores politics, nature, wildlife, culture, science, health, the challenges that confront our planet, and the solutions that promise to heal and protect it.
Online/ Print. Quarterly: Masthead. Guidelines. Published by: Natural Resources Defense Council.

 


Land & People

The Trust for Public Land's full-color magazine, Land&People, is a great way to keep up-to-date on conservation trends nationwide. Whether a story is about children enjoying a pocket park in the heart of the city, hikers in a remote wilderness area, or a community celebrating its cultural heritage, Land&People affirms how people connect to land, to home, and to heart. Land & People and regional newsletters are two of the benefits received by TPL supporters.
Online/ Print. Twice yearly. Masthead. Guidelines. Published by: Trust for Public Land.

 


National Parks

"NPCA publishes articles about areas in the National Park System, proposed new areas, threats to parks or park wildlife, new trends in park use, legislative issues, and endangered species of plants or animals relevant to national parks."
Online/ Print. Quarterly: Masthead. Writers Guidelines. Photogs Guidelines. Published by: National Park Conservation Association.

 


Earth First! Journal

The Earth First! Journal is the voice of the radical environmental movement. Published six times a year, it contains reports on direct action; articles on the preservation of wilderness and biological diversity; news and announcements about EF! and other radical environmental groups; investigative articles; critiques of the entire environmental movement; book and music reviews; essays exploring ecological theory and a sometimes-lively letters to the editor section.
Online/Print. Bimonthly. Editorial Collective contact. Published by: Earth First!

 


World Watch

World Watch is an internationally known and award-winning magazine focused on people, the environment, and how they relate to each other. Published bi-monthly, World Watch explores current issues in energy, population, biodiversity, agriculture, climate change, the economy, politics, and sustainability in general, through engaging feature articles and lively and informative departments—all wrapped up in a package reflecting the best in writing, photography, art, and design.
Online/ Print. Bimonthly: Masthead. Queries. Published by: Worldwatch Institute.

 


Nature Conservancy

The main publication of The Nature Conservancy, which seeks " non-confrontational, pragmatic solutions to conservation challenges" by partnering with "indigenous communities, businesses, governments, multilateral institutions, and other non-profits…" "around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people."
Online/ Print. Quarterly. Queries. Published by: The Nature Conservancy