Nature once tumbled through our language. There are practical ways we can bring it back.
The tribe’s resourceful efforts to protect its people might help the Navajo Nation avert the worst projected outcome of this pandemic.
From schoolyard clean-ups to deep ecology, Earth Day bookends a half century within an ever-changing environmental movement.
The danger of deepwater oil operations, combined with the loosening of Obama-era rules, mean the risk of a repeat disaster is high.
From personal journeys to crime investigations to cultural movements, this collection of environmentally focused documentaries promises to engage and inspire.
The Covid-19 crisis underscores the flaws in our broken multinational food system. It also offers a chance at devising solutions.
With in-person protests suspended amid shutdown, companies continue to destroy rainforest.
We should focus instead on getting wild and exotic animals out of what are essentially the Eastern equivalent farmers markets.
The spread of Covid-19 exposes, exacerbates, and weaponizes existing socioeconomic inequities.
Trade policies written in the shadows while the public is distracted always have terrible consequences for working people and the planet.
Coupled with the agency’s deregulatory agenda, lack of monitoring and enforcement raises the risks faced by vulnerable communities living next to polluting industries.
Transforming our relationship with nature can help us build the future we want as we recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Now that plans for a storm surge barrier on the Hudson have been scrapped, it’s time to focus on natural solutions to sea level rise, say environmentalists.
The stimulus doesn't go far enough to protect family-scale farmers, food workers, and local food businesses that have been hit hard by this crisis.
The Changpa people have tread lightly on the Himalayan plateau for centuries. Now they are contending with the effects of climate disruption.
Cash promise for the controversial oil pipeline comes just days after province cut $100 million from public education citing a funds crunch due covid lockdowns.