From the Current Issue
Have you noticed how nature gives its own subtle forecast clues?
Conventional farming practices that degrade soil health undermine humanity’s ability to continue feeding everyone over the long run.
Climate scientists are learning how to choose their words carefully in response to inaccurate but emotive imagery.
Three places showing how to make the transition from domination and resource extraction to regeneration and interdependence.
Students learn about the front lines of global warming and how to be climate activists.
Local control is a foundational conservative principle—but progressives also embrace it.
All along the Pacific Coast, environmentalists are gearing up for an epic fight.
Big science publications put important peer-reviewed research behind expensive paywalls. But some scientists have found creative ways around them.
What’s at stake in a world where science is marginalized? Programs like AguaClara, which offer sustainable, low-cost solutions to communities in need.
“This isn’t the end by any means. This is the spark. The whole world is waking up now.”
Pruitt’s approach to the EPA is likely to threaten farmworkers, who are highly exposed to the effects of climate change, including heat stress and increased pesticide use.