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Activists tackle big-picture questions while traveling across the country for Sunday’s big march in NYC
Beyond appealing to powers-that-be, climate justice movements need to focus on creating systemic change to address the climate crisis
Trio of bills may put California on the path to groundwater sustainability
USFWS plans to shower world’s most mice-infested archipelago with rodenticide-infused food pellets.
Vertical farms are gaining traction from Illinois to Singapore, but questions remain about their role in urban agriculture.
New study only relevant to the Eastern Pacific Ocean; other blue whale populations around the world remain severely depressed
The US Forest Service is beginning to decommission some of its roads, opening the way for a wildlife comeback
Voters must decide whether the bond can lead the state toward a sustainable water future
Documentary film about upcoming People’s Climate March hits all the right notes
Visitors jostle to climb Yosemite’s Half Dome. How the Park Service has protected an icon from being loved to death.
Every faith in some way holds nature sacred – that is, as a place apart
What does “untrammeled” mean in the Anthropocene
It’s time to launch an ambitious project of rewilding North America
The ocean is the biggest wilderness on the planet. But legal protections are scant.
The Mountain to Sound Greenway Trust aims to find a happy balance between development and wildlands protection
Hollywood director wrestles with Alberta’s “out of whack” tar sands on a trip with the Sierra Club and Leonardo DiCaprio
Massive logging proposal threatens many spotted owls, currently thriving in the fire-affected acres of Stanislaus National Forest
LEED certified buildings can’t negate the emissions from a long line of idling cars
A controversial program in Tajikistan tests the idea