We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
States should put at least as much effort into reducing water use as they do into litigation, because there are no guaranteed winners in water lawsuits.
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.
Research estimates cryptocurrency will consume as much energy as all datacenters globally.
If life can flourish here, I find myself thinking, then there must be hope for us during the climate upheaval only beginning to unfold.
Anti-mine protests and lawsuits pick up the pace at Nevada’s Thacker Pass, the site of the largest known lithium deposit in the United States.
Activists oppose metal shredder moving to East Side, a low-income Latino community reeling from the effects of industrial pollution.
Meat- and poultry-processing facilities are deadly Covid-19 hotspots, yet punitive employee attendance policies are still in place.
Laura Owen Sanderson swims the waterways of the United Kingdom on a mission to heal herself and the surrounding environment.
Black farmers have been disregarded by the USDA for years. Will anything change in Tom Vilsack’s second stint?
To get to a healthier pattern of consumption, to complete the cycle and close the loop, we’ve got to get used to passing things on again.
In the wake of a record-breaking wildfire season and an intensifying rainy season, debris flows wreak havoc on Big Sur's rocky intertidal habitats.
Our child may not remember individual moments in the Alaskan backcountry, but they will wire her mind to the outside world.
In a beach village in Japan, surfers and scientists oppose a proposed seawall that would threaten an important coastal ecosystem.
Lost wind power makes up only a fraction of the reduction in power-generating capacity that has brought outages to millions of Texans across the state during a major winter storm.
Scientists are discovering new carbon sinks in volcanic forearcs and desert aquifers, and adding to the story of Earth’s carbon cycle.