Environmentalists have never been very good at predicting the apocalypse, but that doesn’t keep us from trying. Such was the case in 1968, when Paul Ehrlich published The Population Bomb.
Whether it’s gushing oil or oozing red sludge—we need a Green Cross to help respond to environmental emergencies. By John McQuaid.
Central Americans working abroad and sending money home are not only fueling their native economies—they’re also helping to bring the trees back. By John Carey.
Porcupine farms in Vietnam fuel the very trade they were meant to stop
Compensation payments may not increase goodwill toward wolves
Whenever controversies arise that pit scientists against segments of the U.S.
Three new books dissect the anatomy of climate-change denial. By Charles Alexander.
Swapping poor-performing protected areas for more cost-effective sites could conserve ten times more land
Excerpt from Life in the Valley of Death by Alan Rabinowitz.
Stewart Brand’s challenge to environmentalists