The header images on this website serve a purpose other than decoration. Though they may not be directly relevant to the content of the page, these photos illustrate the intricate stories and connections between humans and our ecosystems and how we are all profoundly reliant on one another to exist.

A spectacular view of the Coal Mine Canyon on the Navajo Nation, the largest Indian reservation in the United States. The canyon gets its name from the fact it was once mined for coal decades ago. Photo by John Fowler on Unsplash
Flamingos flock on a lagoon in a natural reserves that surround El Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat, in Bolivia. Photo by Guille Álvarez on Unsplash
Protesters mobilize for a climate change rally in Washington, DC, United States. Photo by Vlad Tchompalov on Unsplash
A fisherman slowly pushes his boat along the tranquil tributaries of the mighty Brahmaputra River in India’s Assam province. Photo by Rohan Reddy on Unsplash
An individual rides a bicycle—a simple, affordable, reliable, and sustainable means of transportation—in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Photo by Marc Kleen on Unsplash
A person walks through the breathtaking Redwood National and State Parks, a string of protected forests, beaches, and grasslands along Northern California’s coast. Photo by Alex Gorham on Unsplash
Large wind turbines operate during daytime to produce clean energy in Mölsheim, Germany. Photo by Karsten Würth on Unsplash
An elephant bathes in the Zambian part of the Zambezi River—the fourth-longest river in Africa, the longest east-flowing river in Africa, and the largest flowing into the Indian Ocean from Africa. Photo by Nicole Olwagen on Unsplash
Three villagers ride their bicycles on a road along rice fields in Kebumen, Central Java, Indonesia. Photo by Dikaseva on Unsplash
A dazzling birds-eye view of roadways near a rock mountain in Nevada, United States. Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash
An aerial view of a road surrounded by tall trees in Gävle, Sweden. Photo by Geranimo on Unsplash