For years, Congress has been pressed to permanently protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Will today’s indigenous-led climate movements finally seal the deal?
The Department of Justice promised to consider nationwide reform in how the U.S. treats tribal land. Legal experts consider what, exactly, that might look like.
When a governmental effort to encourage cash crops threatened their food security and native land, India’s indigenous families came together to revive their traditional food systems.
Climate scientists like me need to be clear about the global danger. Putting a price on CO2 would slow warming more effectively than any other policy tool we have available.
From the Current Issue
There are new ways to think about ink.
The documentary Occupy the Farm shows the positive impact universities could have if they leveraged their resources to create more farms and farmers.
After industry and greed destroyed my life in northern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale fracking country, I knew I needed to stand with the water protectors.
Can we trust Clinton-Kaine promises of an energy future “where no one is left out or left behind”?
Modern fire management practices of logging and seeding interfere with an ecosystem's ability to restore itself, and does little to protect property.
Singer-songwriter Taina Asili’s latest video, “And We Walk,” makes the connection between racial justice and climate justice.
In a growing number of states, communities are demanding more self-governance over everything from environmental sustainability to gun control.