Environment


Coyote Settles the South

By John Lane

Get inside the mind of poet and environmental writer John Lane who is captivated by the mystery that is coyotes; follow him throughout the South as he records his observations and interactions.


Meeting Nature as a Presence

By Craig Holdrege, from In Context

Aldo Leopold and the deeper nature of Nature


Faint Sounds, Loud Impact

By Timothy A. Schuler, from Landscape Architecture Magazine

At the edge of our industrialized wildlands, Kurt Fristrup is listening.


Climate Crisis: Eric Utne and Paul Hawken Debate Path Forward

Utne Reader staff

Author Paul Hawken responds to Eric Utne’s critique of his book, Drawdown, and Eric counters.


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A Conversation With Paul Kingsnorth

Press Release

An evening with author Paul Kingsnorth.


Exterminating the Amaranth

By Vandana Shiva, from Resurgence & Ecologist

Amaranth, one of the oldest grains in the world, is at risk from GM technology.


The Sacred Cow: Fighting Desertification

By Christopher Ketcham, from Sierra

Allan Savory's Holistic Management Theory of fighting desertification by running more cattle on pasture land falls short on science.


A Deeper Boom: The Beginning of the Environmental Movement

By Gary Ferguson, from Orion

The incipient environmental justice movement suffered from the same wilful deafness to diverse voices that made it necessary, but laid the groundwork for a more holistic approach now.