Plucking seemingly random weeds out of the dirt and sticking them in your mouth may be disconcerting to most city dwellers, but that’s exactly what a group of New Yorkers traveled to New Jersey to do recently.
Take a visual foraging tour with the author of the cookbook "Foraged Flavor."
Paleontologist Jonathan Payne says we’re not seeing the sixth mass extinction yet. But give us time …
Last January, sustainability planner Naomi Devine set out from Vancouver, British Columbia, planning to ride her bike to the Earth Summit in Brazil. It didn’t work out the way she imagined, but she still made the rest of us look like chumps.
The author talks about her new book, Urban Farms, the difference between a farm and a garden, and how city farmers are moving beyond the trend factor.
With just days to go before world leaders arrive in Rio, international talks are sliding toward the lowest common denominator. But maybe that’s not such a bad thing.
Viruses that devastate fish farms, like the one that broke out last month in British Columbia, could have serious implications for wild salmon populations.
In April, David Roberts gave a TEDx talk entitled "Climate change is simple." Here, he expands on the points he made during that brief presentation.
A reader's garden has been poisoned by her spray-happy neighbors. Umbra offers ways to help them catch the drift.