We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
What planet will our children and grandchildren inherit?
ALERT’s work is centered around community education and healing in the aftermath of catastrophe.
The company is the number one plastic waste generator in the world, yet markets itself as green, suit alleges.
Klamath River tribes have been preparing the river basin for the biggest dam-removal project in the history of the United States.
Finding the Mother Tree captures the majesty and magic of the natural world and provides a new perspective on what it means to be a tree.
Fed up with threats to lives and lands, Indigenous protesters are blockading roads and joining urban strikers across the country.
Administration is pledging to send 40 percent of the benefits of climate and environment spending to disadvantaged communities, but getting it right will be difficult.
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Our relationship with land should be based on responsibility and reciprocity, not ownership.
A proposed lithium mine in Nevada highlights a dilemma facing green tech — it is still reliant on extractive industries.
Sakhalin Island, the size of Ireland, sets ambitious goal to transition to a low-carbon economy by 2025.
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