Most Indian reservations do not have enforceable water quality standards — a regulatory hole that leaves tribes vulnerable to serious environmental pollution.
“If I didn’t get into animals and the environment, I’d have either died in the streets or been locked up for life.”
New technologies are helping investigators track down wildlife traffickers and poachers, but they also raise some troubling ethical concerns.
What are we hurting when we take something from nature home?
Gun culture, White supremacy, and ecofascism have no place in today’s environmental movement.
By sharing our love of Nature, we can call each other into a better relationship with the Earth and with each other.
Access to nutrient-dense, local food starts with access to locally grown seeds.
In Malaysian Borneo, local communities are fighting to safeguard their land from logging in the face of corporate intimidation.
Mandy Barker’s beautiful images reveal a shocking truth about our disposable lifestyles.
The biggest challenge of our times could be “framed as us trying to create something beautiful,” says climber Alex Honnold.
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