Across the West, fire season lasts longer and has become more intense than any time in history—tens of thousands of structures burn every year, and dozens of people die. But new research is highlighting a different problem: those who survive are never the same.
Food scientists and marketers are creating healthy, plant-based, imitation tuna, crab, and shrimp that look and taste like the real thing. Better yet, switching to faux seafood will help curb our reliance on an international fishing industry that has become an environmental and human-rights disaster.
As the world warms, the amount of oxygen at the top of earth's highest peak is increasing. That could make it easier to summit without using supplemental oxygen.
Today’s battles over climate change and fracking share a common origin: the timber wars of the Pacific Northwest
Carbon offsets are confusing, and many people wonder how—or if—they even work. Hoping to find a more guilt-free way to travel, frequent flier Tim Neville heads to the ranchlands of Montana to see what an offset looks like on the ground. Hint: it involves cows.
As the mountains thaw, rocks are coming loose from the ice, increasing the risk of injury or death for even the most experienced mountaineers
Swiss footwear company On Running is betting on it
This fire season is yet another sign that we can't wait any longer to fix our planet
The marine biologist wants us all to start asking a new question: What does the future look like if we get it right?
We can see right through your hunting selfies
The company is raising its prices (kinda) to raise the alarm on climate change
In an excerpt from his forthcoming book 'Leave It As It Is,' nature writer David Gessner examines the iconic conservation legacy of Theodore Roosevelt and unpacks the perception that the national parks and monuments he created were previously untouched and empty
In 'The Next Great Migration,' journalist Sonia Shah explores the hidden history of human and animal movement
The good news: you can easily opt for a greener bank so your money works for good
In the spirit of Thoreau and Dillard, Donovan Hohn considers the joyous and brutal aspects of the natural world
William Perry Pendley is finally up for Senate confirmation. Here's a reminder of why he is not up to the job.
Years of underfunding and climate change are increasingly threatening the national park system. From the Everglades in Florida to Glacier in Montana, here are the ones we stand to lose.
The pandemic has shut down the most polluting industries around the world and turned us all into more adaptable consumers. That still isn't enough.
The problem is a global one, but individual actions still matter
Why are two outdoor industry giants lending their support to a lawsuit aimed at stopping the Trump Administration's assault on clean air standards? It's good business.
This year's most at-risk rivers, the Lower Missouri and Upper Mississippi, provide water for millions of people in the Midwest
Is it tone-deaf to talk about climate right now? Or is this an opportunity to tackle major global problems in tandem?
With the public distracted, Secretary Bernhardt is advancing environmental harm
Boomtown and Drilled tackle climate change and oil and gas extraction from different angles