It’s not all doom and gloom. There’s good news about climate, too.
Officials in Savoie recently warned hikers to stop harvesting protected species of flowering plants from the hillsides
Heat-related deaths are on the rise across the Southwest, with multiple tragedies occurring in U.S. national parks
Outside’s ethics columnist weighs in
There’s been a series of encounters in recent weeks. Research suggests that killing bruins isn’t the best way to prevent attacks.
Fifty years from now, we might be walking the Grand Canyon’s valley floor instead of running rapids down a healthy river
The nonprofit leader learned that the best way to handle an environmental crisis is to trust that your community will move forward together
She’s always asking me to volunteer in our community. I wish I could help, but I have a busy job and two young kids.
The CDT’s traffic is ballooning. In Montana, the National Park Service isn’t facing what that means for Glacier.
“First Cybertruck built,” claims Tesla. But here’s what's really going on with the Tesla Cybertruck release date, among other issues.
On an expedition to the arctic, the adventure photographer got a lesson from an orca on what happens when we really tune into nature
An unpopular, but entirely rational argument for the huge pickups everyone loves to hate
From growing plants from seeds, to repurposing food scraps, to turning trash into all-natural cleaners and beauty products, TikTok phenom Creative_explained will inspire you to waste less and save money
The massive cleanup clears tons of garbage from Oregon’s public lands
The renowned environmentalist knows that an effective revolution requires a movement, which is why he’s recruiting even the most unlikely activists
Ironically, stronger, wetter, and warmer storms will shrink the snow line at many of the state’s most popular ski areas
Or even cheaper if you have these common home supplies
As America continues to grapple with political uncertainty and an uneasy relationship with the planet, the author and environmentalist makes the case for an expansive and inclusive grassroots movement
Make money and do the planet a solid by embracing the circular economy
In 2016, a wildfire jumped the Athabasca River and headed straight for Fort McMurray, an Alberta oil town 600 miles south of the Arctic Circle. In this excerpt from ‘Fire Weather: A True Story from a Hotter World,’ John Vaillant chronicles the moment the blaze enters town, forcing nearly 90,000 people to flee in what remains the largest, most rapid single-day evacuation in the history of modern fire.
Race director Megan DeHaan partners ultrarunning and agriculture to celebrate and protect open space
Learning how to buy, cook, and eat meat after eight years of vegetarianism
Phoenix recorded its earliest 100-degree day in 80 years
Plymouth Gin is all about keeping our oceans clean and the martinis dirty
Peter Kaestner has traveled the world on an adventure-filled quest to become the first birder to hit 10,000. Ornithologist Jessie Williamson hitched a ride on a rollicking South American mission that involved land, sea, and (you guessed it) air.
A crazy-sounding idea—build a tube from the Pacific to bring water to Utah’s Great Salt Lake—raises a larger question: Are we willing to do absolutely anything to fight climate change?
The $450 Lomi Home Composter doesn’t actually create compost. But the product is still awesome—if you can afford it.
‘Wild and Precious’ is a memorial to the beloved American poet and a celebration of her work
Despite the proliferation of destination marathons, some runners are making a conscientious decision to stay closer to home. But they wouldn’t judge you.
In an excerpt from her new book 'Love Your Mother: 50 States, 50 Stories, and 50 Women United for Climate Justice,' Mallory McDuff profiles climate activist Colette Pichon Battle.
This nonprofit turned 40,000 miles of unused travel infrastructure into a system of walking and biking paths—and wants you to use them
Here are a handful of stellar eco-forward innovations that trail runners and race directors can add to their tool belts
The waste that comes from athletic gear and apparel is a structural problem, but individual actions still matter
Clean water is just the latest front in the GOP's judicial war on your rights
Some unlikely new heroes are fighting climate change: American sheep and the people who care for them
Backpacker and Outside readers joined the Sawyer team on the ground in Viti Levu, Fiji, to see the change in action
Sixty-seven percent of all new vehicles will need to be electric by 2032
In his daily conversations, diet, business practices, and play time, Jones is always working for the planet
In Fiji and 99 other countries, the same Sawyer water filtration technology used by outdoor adventurers is helping to solve the global water crisis
As a sponsor of the 2022 Defender Service Awards, Outside is helping to support the critical work of this nonprofit, which also gets to take home a brand-new Land Rover Defender 130
New studies confirm that spending time outside can ease physical symptoms
Ross Reid, under the name Nerdy About Nature, has been steadily gaining traction for his fast-paced, good-natured ecology lessons
Therapy on the hiking trail couldn’t fix the new normal of Oregon wildfire season, but could it help me grapple with it?
5 simple ways to curb your food waste and save money
After the ocean took away her partner, the marine biologist found a way to live with loss
The bloodsuckers are waking up—and biting—earlier each year
How to handle plastic bags, batteries, milk cartons, metals, and...bowling balls
More than 300 athletes wrote a letter to skiing’s international governing body demanding steps be taken to preserver winter sports