The Computer Chip Industry Has a Dirty Climate Secret

As demand for chips surges, the semicondutor industry is trying to grapple with its huge carbon foot print.

Pádraig Belton The Guardian

Poisoned City

A London-based mining company polluted an Indian port city for decades before a mass-shooting forced its smelter to shut down. Local activists like fatima babu are fighting to keep it closed.

Colin Daileda

A Matter of Spirits

A passionate group of farmers, distillers, and bartenders across the US and beyond are seeking to reduce the environmental footprint of alcoholic beverages.

Shanna Farrell

Activists Stand Guard Over California Redwoods Amid Logging Threat

So far, tree-sitters have foiled recent logging plans in Jackson Demonstration State Forest. But they are calling for long-term protections.

Austin Price

The Dixie Fire and Me

Can My Town Rebuild After Losing It All?

Jane Braxton Little

Here All Along

Women’s contributions to the seafood industry are often overlooked. Can small scale aquaculture change that?

Kate Olson Images by Greta Rybus

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I had a ringside seat to the beginning of the fracking boom and it wasn’t pretty.

Sharon Wilson

“Last on a List of Priorities”

A veteran photographer and conservationist discusses the challenges of nature protection in Russia.

Alexander Dybin

20 Meat and Dairy Firms Emit More Greenhouse Gas than Germany, Britain, or France

Livestock companies with large emissions receive billions of dollars in funding, campaigners say.

Sophie Kevany The Guardian

Meet the 2021 Brower Youth Award Winners

From climate justice to water conservation to plastics pollution, this year’s winners are tackling some of the biggest environmental challenges of our time.

Journal Staff

My Extreme World.  And (Un)Welcome to It.

We’re no longer just reading about the climate crisis. We’re living it in a startling fashion.

Tom Engelhardt

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