Two new podcasts are telling stories about climate and environmental change—and giving us a venue for considering the future
The Acting Interior Secretary's confirmation hearing was already absurd. Then the Greenpeace protestors showed up.
The budget airline was responsible for shuttling 30 percent of the country's tourists last year. Its closing will irrevocably change how we get there—and that might be a good thing.
The wall won’t just separate two nations, it will sever the connection between a community and its native flora and fauna
The Youth Climate Strike is working to shut down schools across the country on March 15 to demand that world leaders act on preventing climate change
Grand Canyon National Park superintendent Christine Lehnertz notified park employees on March 14 that she was resigning, effective March 31. This comes weeks after a four-month investigation turned up no wrongdoing and found a series of 2018 allegations against her to be "unfounded."
A close reading of the President’s 2020 Department of the Interior budget reveals massive funding cuts for everything public-lands related—except for oil and gas
Luis Benitez became the face of government’s interest in the outdoor recreation industry, one that’s larger than both the auto and oil and gas exploration industries. He sat down with 'Outside' to discuss the industry’s expanding role in politics and his own future.
The Trump Administration plans to delist the gray wolf across the Lower 48. Here’s why that's happening and what it means for the future of the species.
The public comment period that will impact a redefinition of what's protected under the Clean Water Act is open through April 15