Home air monitoring has been instrumental in identifying relationships between emissions from fracking-related infrastructure and symptoms experienced by people living nearby.
The story of “The Year the Roses Died” embodies the teaching of the place of plants in our world.
As the North Dakota oil rush closes in on Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the Badlands’ most ardent defender wonders if it’s time to leave.
How emissions from a toxic gas compressor led one family to abandon their house amid health concerns.
How to cash in on a boomtown before it busts.
Fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline one protest at a time.
The solution to human overpopulation and increased strain on nonrenewable resources may lie in human ingenuity, as it has in the past.
By Kim Heacox
Any serious student of spirituality and the American landscape must one day address his/her relationship with Alaska, and once in Alaska, he/she must confront Denali, the heart of the state, the state of the heart.