Washington planners predict our appetite for fossil fuels will only grow over the next 30 years. Does that mean game over for the climate?
Farmers are focused on rebuilding our soil. Here's why you should be too. Part two of a two-part dispatch on the sorry state of our nation's soil and what we can do to fix it.
by Bill McKibben
The climate fight is about all of us, not just a few personalities.
As wind and rain erode our nation’s soil, chemicals contaminate waterways and food gets harder to grow.
Three innovative designs show you don’t need a giant turbine to harvest the wind’s energy.
How do we remember a forgotten wilderness?
Recent research shows that forests with too many trees are vulnerable to intense forest fires, increasing pollution. So save the planet: cut a tree.
Fish on drugs? Antidepressants might make us happy, but when pharmaceuticals like Prozac enter the water supply, fish can become anxious and aggressive.
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