Five Native American-authored cookbooks that can help you tap into the growing movement to bring back Indigenous culinary traditions.
Sargassum beaching events may be a new normal in the Caribbean Sea.
Ernest Moniz’s link to fossil fuels ‘is his entire professional career for the last couple decades, which is deeply concerning.’
In a year of quarantine and remote learning, my children and I have found solace in the mossy world of our backyard forest.
For centuries, chicken breeders in a rural corner of Spain have produced feathers prized by fly fishermen. But economic hardships and environmental degradation threaten to end a way of life.
Groups to camp in Washington DC in protest of Biden’s hires of key staff with connections to the oil and gas industry.
Reclaiming one’s culinary heritage is a form of both coping and resistance. Collectively, such efforts are part of the larger struggles for social, economic, and environmental justice.
Trafficking in wild animal and plant products is driving species to extinction, but some researchers think restrictions only spur demand and make things worse.
Professor Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers is pushing for transformative environmental change, including respect for the interests of individual animals in sustainable development work.
New documentary follows the odyssey of Greta Thunberg as she evolves from lone protester to global icon while campaigning to save the planet.
The fossil fuel giant could have tried to right its wrongs, grave as they were. Instead, it has chosen profit over people, indifference over action.
In Vietnam’s Red River, navigating the space between environmental conservation and cultural preservation can be trickier than it first appears.
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