Environmentalists, industry, and politicians have a second chance to learn from decades of wolf debates and save the grizzlies.
We can thank our children—and their lawsuits—for insisting that public trust and hard science be part of climate decision-making.
Norwegian company Green Resources has planted about 160 square miles of forest across East Africa. But it has cost thousands of Ugandans their homes and livelihoods.
Encouraging children to form an emotional attachment to nature may be key to protecting our planet’s future.
Those with something to gain from the Dakota Access pipeline want us to believe the energy company is an overburdened victim.
Bicycle equity for the Latino community of East Phillips means more than protected bike lanes—it means clean air.
Emphasizing local food under a radical policy of “zero hunger,” Brazil’s school lunch initiative helps small farmers buy the land they’ve been farming for generations.
Misdirected public outrage over the killing of a Washington wolf pack may do more harm than good.
I am not sure how badly North Dakota wants this pipeline. If there is to be a battle over the Dakota Access, I would not bet against a people with nothing else left but a land and a river.
Modern fire management practices of logging and seeding interfere with an ecosystem's ability to restore itself, and does little to protect property.
Decades of coal mining in the Jaintia Hills have trashed the once thriving Myntdu River. Now, indigenous communities are uniting to take a stand.