Solar panels adjacent to an elementary school in Antelope Valley. © Dave Lauridsen for The Nature Conservancy
Growing energy demand could threaten 20 percent of the world's remaining natural land by 2030. But one TNC scientist has a vision for getting the energy we need without sacrificing nature.
PHOTO BY KELLYVANDELLEN/ISTOCKSecretary Zinke’s proposal to increase entry fees could make parks an exclusive playground
Denise Fairchild, co-editor of the new book Energy Democracy, explores what an alternative, democratized energy future can look like
Resilience is often conflated with climate change adaptation and infrastructure, but this oversimplification may be limiting our ability to overcome the complex challenges facing our global community. The failure of international efforts to surmount...
An in-depth look at how urban gardening is hoping to heal divisions that have plagued Milwaukee—and our nation as a whole
As the current federal government tries to breathe new life into a dying fossil fuel economy, foment racial intolerance, reassert U.S. military dominance, eliminate health and other protections, and otherwise bow to corporate interests, it is a critical...
Oregon State University’s Aaron Wolf, in his studies of conflict and cooperation around international waterways, has found something both counter-intuitive and remarkable. Despite myths of “water wars,” ...
From a city strangled by fossil fuels, a call to fight for a more equitable future emerges.
Three ways better building practices can reduce the risks of hurricanes like Harvey, Irma, and Maria.