Gas power plant controversy in New York could repeat itself all over the country.
By Susan Cerulean
The natural landscape and indigenous species inhabiting the islands near Florida’s Gulf Coast are being threatened by rising sea levels due to a rapidly changing climate.
Western environmental ethics place tremendous value on “natural” places to the detriment of the built environment most people inhabit. What might a philosophy that recognizes the value of human activity offer to environmentalism?
Utne Reader speaks with Phyllis Omido, one of the winners of the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize.
By David Helvarg
Journalist, diver and conservation activist David Helvarg reflects on a lifelong appreciation of all things oceanic.
To save wilderness, we may need to learn how to just leave it alone.
Cave lovers worry that sharing their passion just might kill it.
Author Carrie Saxifrage writes of the physical triumph of a long distance trek in her environmental memoir “The Big Swim.”
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