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Meet the creative mastermind behind the tiny camera that elevated the first-person narrative and made POV fiends of us all

The multi-talented conservation biologist fears logging far more than bird-eating spiders, electric eels, or anacondas

This one-woman film crew has hopped the globe (and endured blood-sucking critters) to bring unheard voices to the fore

You already know her as one of the best climbers in the world—and only 14—but this fierce competitor will also school you on mental strategy

This mad scientist-yogini from the Southwest is poised to launch a whole new kind of brew

The 15-year-old paddling champ is focused, driven, and ready to revolutionize a sport on the brink of the mainstream

The badass photographer, skier, and environmentalist rails against wastefulness in the adventure industry—and her own hypocrisy

The largest marine cleanup project in history is set to launch early next year. The goal: Get rid of half the plastic garbage currently in the oceans. It’s bold, it’s ambitious, and it’s popular with the media (although less so with scientists). But will it work?

How Whistler Blackcomb plans to save its disappearing glacier—along with a huge slice of business—with snowmaking technology

Nine months on the open water racing a 66-foot sailboat around the world is an endurance feat like no other. Here’s how the winning team prepared for the task.

First there was an algae-based surfboard. Now we have El Portobello—a sustainable board you can grow yourself.