Every day, hundreds of helicopters pass through the lower canyon from the Hualapai Reservation. Is Grand Canyon West turning into “Las Vegas East” and ruining the park’s wilderness? Or is it saving a Native American tribe?
These four trips will have you channeling your inner David Attenborough
Proposition 68 aims to fund parks and outdoor spaces where it'll make the most difference—in urban areas. Will voters buy it?
Tribes and Native-owned corporations are making huge profits by conserving their forests for carbon offset programs—an effort that could revolutionize conservation
Sure, we love Yellowstone and Yosemite. But from Finland to Chile, a fresh crop of national parks has us counting up our vacation days.
Can the world's most iconic ice park survive a changing West?
He is one of the most scandal-plagued interior secretaries in history. But even so, he can probably get away with a lot more.
Some cut down on waste. Some funnel proceeds to environmental organizations. Some are green literally and figuratively.
Eight reads that will satisfy any reader's craving
Amid the worst drought on record, the city has threatened to turn off the taps on its nearly 4 million residents. Our correspondent spent a week there while he could still get a shower.
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