Latest from Bonnie Jo Mount
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, along with three of her colleagues, is trying to do something no one in history has tried: running for president in the final days before voting begins in the Democratic primary, and serving as a juror in President Trump's impeachment trial at the same time.
  • Jan 31, 2020
Tasmanian Aboriginals faced genocide, and now extreme climate change is threatening what’s left of their culture.
  • Dec 27, 2019
Washington Post Photographer Bonnie Jo Mount documents climate refugees in Newtok, Alaska.
  • Dec 26, 2019
In Alaska, a new oil boom is on the horizon even as climate change arrives and greenhouse gas emissions climb.
  • Dec 13, 2019
Climate change may seem like a distant danger to many, but around the globe, people are seeing its full, transformative impact. From Alaska to Angola, Qatar to Colorado and more, Post photographers share their stories of a growing crisis.
  • Dec 2, 2019
Shrinking ice, rising sea levels and fierce storms are damaging the Magdalen Islands. Residents are trying to fend off the water in some places, and retreat from it in others.
  • Oct 31, 2019
Twelve years ago, 47 dogs were rescued from quarterback Michael Vick’s dogfighting operation and given the opportunity to be family pets.
  • Sep 18, 2019
D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) introduced May 2 the Safe Cannabis Sales Act of 2019, which would legalize marijuana dispensaries in the city.
  • May 3, 2019
Trump shrank the monument’s footprint to allow mining, but there may be few takers.
  • Jan 15, 2019
CDC scientists armed with GPS devices hope that spying on the nightly escapades of tiny fruit bats in Uganda will help them understand how Marburg, which is as deadly as Ebola, is spreading to humans.
  • Dec 13, 2018