We are thrilled to announce that Kate Olson's essay Dis-Ease has won the 2021 John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.
A Native Alaskan company’s promise to save its forests benefits local ecosystems, but given the zero-sum game that’s carbon offsets, it delays meaningful action on climate change.
An arid country with mismanaged water resources, Iran is on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Yet it is persecuting experts who could help it chart a path for the difficult decades to come.
Azolla once pulled trillions of tons of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere. Does this ancient, unassuming plant have more tricks up its sleeve?
The underbelly of American-styled conservation in the Indian Himalayas.
We need to show our leaders the path forward out of these dark times.
Fifty years ago, my mother exposed the damage caused by our energy-intensive, environmentally devastating food production system. The struggle to change it continues.
North-South collaboration models bio-intensive agriculture and fosters women’s leadership.
What is missing in this fog of cynical political opportunism is a candid discussion of the wildfire science.
Artist-writer-backpacker Obi Kaufmann illustrates the character of California’s natural landscape — and urges an “actionable hope” to protect it.
Gloria Brown was the Forest Service’s first African American woman forest supervisor. Now she wants to help the agency grow into the equitable organization she knows it can be.
'My Octopus Teacher' shows us that learning can come from unexpected sources, eight-armed or otherwise, if we keep our minds open.
A deep dive into the convenience and efficiency that define food retail, its “blessings of uniformity,” and its hidden human costs.
I’m suing the Canadian government because my culture and my history and my family’s livelihood is at risk due to its inaction on climate change.
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