Degrowth—consciously scalling back on our consumption and economic activity—might be the only viable answer to solving our climate & environmental problems.
Climate gentrification describes what happens when neighborhoods traditionally overlooked by the wealthy become more attractive given climate resilience.
Author and poet Lalita Noronha, who emigrated to the U.S. from India at age 23, gives fresh perspectives on life and nature in the United States.
Given all the recycling we are doing, have we solved the issue of deforestation for the production of paper? Environmentalists say not so fast…
Canine cancer rates are on the rise, and many environmentalists are blaming the profusion of lawn chemicals we use to keep our grass green and weed-free.
Despite lots of talk, the major U.S. grocery chains have a lot of work to do if they are going to become part of the solution to our plastic waste problem.
Ecocide is practice of willfully destroying large areas of the natural environment, and activists would like to see it punishable under international law.
Emmy Pérez is the 2020 Texas Poet Laureate and the author of two books, With the River on Our Face and Solstice, and often addresses environmental topics.