We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
In Italy’s Puglia region, ancient olive trees have been plagued by a devastating bacteria — and an anti-science movement that has spread misinformation.
The US has long been purchasing farmland abroad. Now that questionable practice has come home to roost.
A London-based mining company polluted an Indian port city for decades before a mass-shooting forced its smelter to shut down. Local activists like Fatima Babu are fighting to keep it closed.
Six years on, tens of thousands of Angelenos continue to suffer from the fallout of the worst gas blowout in US history.
In war, people, animals, environment, everyone loses.
What if we were mutually accountable not only to the environment, but also to each other?
From climate justice to water conservation to plastics pollution, this year’s winners are tackling some of the biggest environmental challenges of our time.
Earth Island projects give UC Berkeley undergraduates a head start in real-world environmental work.
Zaria Forman’s large-scale pastels seek to capture the visceral beauty of our rapidly changing landscapes.
A veteran photographer and conservationist discusses the challenges of nature protection in Russia.
Susana De Anda is on a mission to bring clean and affordable water to every Californian.
In Review: Full Ecology: Repairing Our Relationship with the Natural World, by Mary M. Clare and Gary Ferguson
In Review: Second Nature: Scenes from a World Remade by Nathaniel Rich
I had a ringside seat to the beginning of the fracking boom and it wasn’t pretty.
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