Through Quiet Parks International, Gordon Hempton hopes to save the earth’s few truly natural soundscapes
Bike commuting makes most of us obsess over our clothes. This is patently absurd.
The days of veggie burgers that taste like cardboard are over
More and more evidence suggests that nature does something essential for our mental health
Marc Peruzzi’s recent column about trail work clearly touched a nerve in the running community. Part of his argument is fair criticism, but he got some important things wrong.
We wanted to know: in the face of climate change and innovation, how will food fare? Top food experts weigh in.
But the federal agency responsible for managing more than 245 million acres of public land kept the boilerplate about the economic value of these places
Amid stories of ecological doom, we found a few instances of progress worth celebrating
I'm careful with my consumption, but what I found scared me
Vanlife might seem like the most eco-friendly living option, but in reality, my gas-guzzler is hurting the environment more than I would in a small, nonmobile home
It's tough to find meat-free products that taste like bacon. These plant-based chips may have cracked the code.
In a new study, mountain hiking had similar psychological and stress-reducing benefits whether or not there were signs of human habitation
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
The AWD-e aces snowy roads—but there's a catch
The crucial public lands legislation was just signed by President Trump. Here's why you should care.
The RIDE app takes aim at single occupancy cars headed up Little Cottonwood Canyon
The brand's spring catalog includes a shot of the famous climber scaling a delicate underground formation in Spain. The National Speleological Society is displeased.
New Mexico wants to create a first-of-its-kind Outdoor Equity Fund for underserved youth. Other states that care about preserving the natural world and raising a new generation of activists should take note.
The former oil and gas lobbyist is the worst-case scenario for public lands
A new documentary, 'Sea of Shadows,' highlights the work of Andrea Crosta, whose team infiltrates cartels and gangs to fight illegal wildlife trafficking around the world
He's a retired Navy SEAL, so prepare to suffer
The little orca known as Scarlet is dead. Will her death be a turning point for the Northwest's endangered Southern Resident killer whales? Washington State governor Jay Inslee is proposing strong action.
It's anything but an unpaid vacation, especially when your job is protecting the environment
Researchers are calling the majestic forest the Shangri-la of conservation acquisitions
How to ditch your fluid soaps and sundries for a more seamless travel experience
Stressed? Overworked? Need a vacation? Put away your phone and go outside with no schedule or plan.
Michael Brown’s new documentary follows two blind kayakers paddling the length of the Grand Canyon
The Alaska senator sent us a letter about her enviro bonafides. Naturally, we checked her work.
Camps and wilderness expeditions offer a refuge from prejudice and political battles, giving trans kids the tools they need to face future challenges
We need to stop selling bicycles on environmentalism. We ride because it's fun, healthy, cheap, and practical—and because it annoys people who drive.
We have 22 years until we're in a significant global crisis. Show your kids how to implement these simple planet-friendly household changes now.
Now that the House Natural Resources Committee has fallen under Democrat control, it could mean real oversight for the Department of Interior, says Arizona Representative Raul Grijalva
The synthetic fill is designed to break down once it hits the landfill
The conservative Utah Congressman wants to fully fund our national parks and our public lands. Huh?