Environmentalists say nature should have legally recognized rights. But what does that really mean?
The EcoTipping Points Project has documented more than 100 stories of environmental recovery in communities around the world. What do these success stories have in common?
What it’s like to respond to an environmental and democratic crisis—and where we go from here.
A Madagascar villager puts nearly all of his earnings toward buying and reforesting unprotected lands—including the $10,000 prize he recently won.
More and more people, communities, and nations are taking steps to reduce their vulnerability to a volatile global economy.
Welcome to a new kind of movement—one that reshapes how we think about ownership and cooperation.
Restoring a Forest Habitat for Orchids
Do you know who your fisherman is?
Researcher Paul Stamets says mushrooms can eat oil spills and rid the world of toxics–and he’s got proof.
Counselor Larry Davies turned to nature to help teach and heal troubles Washington high school students. Twelve years later, he's helping Floridians become better environmental stewards.
Music to heal the Gulf
Helping farmers restore biodiversity in Cuba
Activists and residents along the 2,000-mile proposed route fear damage to farming, ecosystems, and water from the transport of what has been called the world's dirtiest source of transportation energy.
Urban hives allow landless city dwellers to create their own honey–and may even provide solutions to colony collapse.
Those who know the Gulf best say seafood still isn’t safe following BP’s oil disaster.