Walking Jaguars in Bolivia
At a Bolivian animal-rehab center, volunteers can adopt a rescued jaguar and take it for daily walks on a leash. Brave and compassionate, or just plain stupid? THAYER WALKER discovers that it may be all three. And he's got the scratch marks to prove it.
Have you heard of a super eco-molecule called "Q"?
What country has the best ratings for eco-tourism?
What is the greenest rental car?
Are coffee and tea sustainable drinks?
In one corner of Alaska's Bristol Bay, the sockeye salmon, a $300 million resource that's sustained fishermen like 29-year-old captain Lindsey Bloom for more than 100 years. In the other, the Pebble Mine, with its projected hundreds of billions in copper and gold. Get ready for the fiercest wilderness rumble since ANWR.
CHUCK THOMPSON developed a serious thirst for rain, so we sent him to one of the wettest places on earth: India's southwest coast‚ during the water-bomb peak of the summer monsoon
They say you can't go home againto the strange, remote, threatened South American jungle where your larger-than-life, field-scientist dad discovered an extremely rare, weird-looking species called Lophostoma schulzi. They're probably right. But we did it anyway.
Ready, Aim, Sushi
If a shark doesn't kill you, shallow-water blackout or a giant propeller might. But the spearfishermen freediving the oil rigs off Louisiana's coast don't let that get in the way of the hunt for fresh tuna.
Obama's Bedside Cabinet
Our official reading list for the bibliophile in chief
The Sky Was Falling
A "where are they now?" field guide to popular calamities of yore
Do the Darwin
Code Green Archive
Dispatches from the environmental front lines.