The pressure to reach for a gun to help save one animal from another is stronger than ever. And it has triggered a conservation problem from hell.
The most resilient cities aren’t the ones that fight the water back—but the ones that absorb it.
With imaginative, green ways of getting around the city, cars may finally go the way of the horse and buggy.
In a desert 13,000 feet above sea level, a remarkable man is taking on the global warming challenge—and winning.
Brandom Keim reviews George Monbiot’s Feral
Tiny marine organisms painstakingly build expansive coral reefs, one tiny piece of calcium carbonate at a time.
We know that nature experiences can change environmental behavior—but it turns out those experiences don’t have to be real.
Steven Kutcher is an artist, an entomologist, a teacher—and a Hollywood bug wrangler.
In predator-human conflicts, the thing we have to fear most is fear itself
Why restrict the Web to one species?