Ever wondered what’s in your shampoo, anyway? Annie Leonard explores the toxins in our bathrooms, and what to do about them.
A delegation of indigenous leaders from Ecuador visited Louisiana to share what they learned in a decades-long battle with Texaco.
A photographer bears witness to the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.
Seattle is committed to becoming a carbon neutral city, but is discovering the difficulty in finding an end to the carbon trail.
Former Bogotá mayor Enrique Peñalosa is convincing city planners from Beijing to Mexico City to create lively public spaces that center around people and community, not cars.
Power plants suck more water out of the nation’s watersheds than any other single user—more than 40 percent.
When Shannon Hayes made a list of easy steps for becoming a radical homemaker, she didn’t realize just how revolutionary they were.
The Hands Across the Sand movement: How one Florida restaurant owner has organized a force against offshore drilling.
Our associate editor experiments with life after plastic bags.
Does buying recycled household-paper products make that much of a difference? Are there any better alternatives?
Frances Moore Lappé: Global food problems are about justice, not scarcity.
Detroit is known for its decay, violence, and gas-guzzling cars. With thousands of activists coming to town, will it also become known as a source of hope?
The days of rubber stamped permits for mountaintop removal coal mining are over, for now.