For decades, women in the Forest Service and U.S. Department of Agriculture have been trying to bring justice to those who have discriminated against them. A new investigation reveals that the inaction is due to a much larger problem: a system set up to make their complaints go away.
The next generation of socially conscious developers are fighting to make sure downtown revitalization doesn’t just benefit the wealthy
Plastic is filling up our waterways and oceans. Here are five products you can buy to help stop that.
Keeping an eye on the interior secretary's latest ethical blunders and questionable public lands policies
Photographer Pete McBride got front-row seats to the massive Lake Christine Fire as it nearly destroyed his 120-year-old home
Now that the mines have closed, the small towns of Emery County, Utah, are dreaming up an ambitious plan: A veritable outdoor playground with a new monument and more than half a million acres of designated wilderness. Can this scheme convince other towns to transition from extraction to recreation?
She helped the Navy, the White House, and the entire federal government become more eco-friendly. Now Kate Brandt is tackling her most ambitious sustainability project yet.
Use these sunscreens now, and in 30 years your skin will thank you
Lots of big brands are shifting toward more sustainable gear, without harmful PFCs. But for the industry as a whole, change is slow.
Researchers studied 1,500 Rocky Mountain forests that had been burned by wildfires. They found that most of the woods aren't recovering after the blaze—and in some cases, they're not returning at all. The culprit? A warming planet.
For decades, park leaders have predicted that swarms of tourists could ruin public lands. Is anyone heeding their advice?
The Secretary of the Interior's idea to support public lands with oil and mining leases isn't just wrongheaded—the numbers don't add up.
That fact was made painfully clear Sunday night when an autonomous Volvo XC90 hit and killed a woman who was walking her bike across the street in Tempe, Arizona
Record low snowfalls have made national news, but it came as no surprise for the characters in the End of Snow, from Day’s Edge Productions.
A new report finds that a startling number of environmental and conservation organizations aren't making efforts to report on internal diversity or actively pursue inclusion
The parent company owns outdoor brands like CamelBak and Giro, as well as Savage Arms, a manufacturer of AR-15-style semi-automatic rifles
As governor, Mitt Romney was an environmental champion. Presidential candidate Romney, however, fell in line with the GOP. What kind of Utah senator would he be if he succeeds Orrin Hatch?
To close out 2017, the president chipped away at protections meant to keep public lands, waters, and wildlife safe
When she was in college, Jack Kerouac’s book The Dharma Bums helped the author find her place in wilderness and in life. She hoped it would do the same for her 16-year-old son as they embarked on a mother-son California road trip retracing Kerouac’s adventures.
Is riding with headphones really such a big deal?
Riding bikes may be green, but the manufacturing behind them can be far from it
Congress got closer to drilling in the "crown jewel" Arctic refuge with legislation that just cleared the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
We raise $3 billion every year for conservation, then we go out on those public lands and help manage wildlife populations—for free
Okay, maybe freak out a little. But here’s why it’s not quite as dire as it sounds.
Both brands just built websites that will help people shop for pre-owned products
Jean production is resource intensive and sometimes toxic—but it doesn't have to be
Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune on why the land is worth more than just the resources that are on it
The new bill is part of the GOP's latest assault on public lands
Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is creating a dream team to save our oceans