We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
I am advocating for a new legal status for the Maas in the hope that it becomes the first river in Europe with rights.
Distrust and disuse of tap water is a public health problem.
However, the country’s ground-breaking energy initiatives now face a new challenge — a new governing party with more conservative views.
Activists fear billion-dollar climate deal will bolster Bolsonaro and reward illegal forest clearance, but US says action can’t wait.
Researchers say that the 30,000-acre Glacier Sands Wind Project could jeopardize Illinois chorus frogs, which burrow and feed underground.
Millions of gallons of toxic water have been pumped into ecologically sensitive Tampa Bay in an effort to avert a collapse.
A pesticide used to save hemlocks in Appalachia may have adverse effects on species that depend on the iconic conifer.
The Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act would go a long way towards preserving what is best about the region.
How one community — and one woman in particular— has found a way to protect the rarest stork in the world simply by learning to appreciate the species.
Natural forests shaped by humans use that were abundant in edible plants and animals once encircled most Japanese villages.
An older generation of climate activists is increasingly showing up to demand a better future for the planet.
With the West burning more and more each year, what to do about beetle infestations has become a burning political question.
Life in a wounded and wounding land.
These migratory birds can be loud, obnoxious, messy, but are also beautiful. It’s time we learned to coexist with them.
The proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline faces global opposition. Now, the pipeline’s financing faces uncertainty.
The rise in the number of queer farmers across the country traces its roots back to the 1970s’ lesbian back-to-the-land movement.