This New World
The tiny town of Saratoga is locked in a battle over a new mega-dairy that residents fear will contaminate their drinking water.
In "We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast," the author argues that individual actions matter when it comes to the environment.
To save the world, we must follow the money, climate campaigners say.
In the midst of an affordable housing crunch, people are trading privacy for a place to live.
Tanzania hopes a plan to relocate and rewild critically endangered black rhinos could reseed the land with a species that has nearly been wiped out.
There's still hope if we act fast, experts write in the new Exponential Climate Action Roadmap.
With scorching summers the new norm, will Europeans become as addicted to air conditioning as Americans already are?
Eating a mostly vegan diet that includes one animal product a day could have a lower environmental impact.
And here's how we could finally (maybe, one day) get the epidemic under control.
To protect workers from discrimination, the trans women of Mirror Beauty Cooperative are building a business without bosses.
The state's freshwater turtles are struggling as pollution, climate change and over-extraction of water threatens their fragile home.
The broken prison system is in desperate need of reform. U.S. prisons are trying to find answers overseas.
The Blue Hill chef is breeding seeds for more flavorful, nutritious vegetables that taste even better than meat.
I believe that forgoing children in the face of climate change is a chance for women to show strength, power and control.
For people with low access to healthy food and high blood pressure, it's free money for groceries.
Lorenzo Lewis and The Confess Project are making Black barbershops safe spaces to open up about depression, anxiety and trauma.
Readers share heartbreaking and searingly honest stories about their decision whether or not to have children because of climate concerns.
NGO Global Witness reveals that around the world, people are murdered and attacked for defending the Earth. Even in America, activists are being silenced.
July 29 marks the point at which we start to consume more than the Earth can replenish. And this date is getting earlier each year.