As the Empire State works out the details of its green new deal, the rest of the country will be watching
New Senate bill is latest sign that momentum for EVs is building despite President’s best efforts
Rebecca Lawton discusses the origins of her new book, nature writing as a woman, and her long-term connection to water
Conservative millennials are trying to haul their party towards scientific reality
The animals need an open border with Mexico in order to survive in the Lone State, experts say
Intagram account calls out online influencers for behaving poorly in national parks
Three massacres reported in twelve days in region with heavy deforestation. Landless peasant movement leader and anti-dam activist among those killed.
Taxing work brings tree planters face-to-face with the ecological impacts of industrial timber production.
Indonesian officials are concerned about threats to lizard from smuggling and shrinking habitat
If we want to effectively mitigate climate change, it’s time for bold action to protect forestlands
Plans to lease oil and gas drilling rights near the Ruby Mountains threaten Te-Moak tribe's culture and tradition along with local ecosystems
The insects that survive the coming decades may not be the ones we want
In Review: Tigerland
Thousands of underground mines across the state linger in toxic anonymity.
Environmental groups are suing EPA over outdated rules on oil dispersants that harm people and wildlife
In a rebuke of the Trump administration’s ‘energy-first’ agenda, judge finds climate impacts of future oil and gas projects must be considered