For the last 30 years, American Rivers, a nonprofit advocacy group out of Washington, D.C., has been calling attention the plight of the country’s rivers. Today, the group released its annual Most Endangered Rivers report, a catalogue of the ten rivers in America most threatened in 2017.
Legislators are considering sticking out-of-state cyclists and mountain bikers with a $25 fee—and a side of humiliation
A former EPA administrator breaks down what’s at stake with the president’s proposed 31-percent cut to the agency’s budget
In the wake of the widely publicized near-failure of the country’s tallest earthen dam last month, locals in Oroville, California, are wondering how to leverage the disaster as a tourist attraction
A marriage we can all get behind
Don't let rain or snow keep you inside. Tips from pros on how to make the most of the wet seasons.
As ski resorts struggle with warmer, shorter seasons, a team of Norwegian researchers is rolling out new snow machines that help cut back on planet-warming emissions
A new report details how complicated the National Park Service's deferred maintenance backlog really is—and why it shouldn't be used as a political weapon to privatize our parks
The U.K. government recently recognized parkour as a legitimate sport, and is bringing parks to inner cities, schools, and even senior citizens. Why hasn't the U.S. gotten on board?
Love is in the air. So get out there.
A few years back, a contingent of prominent pro surfers took up stand-up paddleboarding in spite of its reputation as a leisure activity of lesser wave riders. Can they convince the curmudgeons the sport deserves respect?
Fine dining on Everest? Only $1,050 per person.
Four takeaways from the administration’s first week
Australian conservationists want to lease animals to private landowners. Environmentalists are not convinced.
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