A team of scientists are drilling into some of the world’s highest glaciers to learn about our planet’s past before the ice disappears forever
We added up the miles we drove and flew to ski this year—and discovered just how terrible our obsession is for the planet
A new book by two philosophy scholars imagines conversations with skeptics and deniers. Here are four lessons we learned from it.
The Outdoor Industry Association tacks on another $200 billion in direct consumer spending to their 2012 estimate, but we won't get the official number until 2018
Some days it's a paradise and others it's a jungle of hell. Yet for Dr. Scott Saleska and his students, that's just the reality of conducting science in the rainforest.
A former EPA administrator breaks down what’s at stake with the president’s proposed 31-percent cut to the agency’s budget
Paul Hawken presents a bold plan to beat back climate change based on solutions already within our grasp. Do any of them stand a chance?
Almost 50 years ago, Richard Nixon commissioned a photography project called Documerica to illustrate miles and miles of environmental degradation, advocating for the need for the agency. The following are some of the most striking images from that project.
As Arctic sea ice melts, business for Alaskan passenger ships is booming. Can the fragile region handle the traffic?
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