Living

Living

Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ has us — and everyone, hopefully — thinking about justice

We cede the floor to women of color around the internet who have written smart, beautiful things about a very important song.

Climate & Energy

Your kids may be getting a confusing education on climate change

Many U.S. teachers offer their students conflicting or incorrect information about climate science, a new survey shows.

Living

These Christians are giving up the dirtiest thing for Lent

WWJD?

Living

If you dig bluegrass, you’ll love our latest Pickathon session

Billy Strings and Don Julin perform "No More Paper Logs" at the 2015 Pickathon festival.

Bar None

Can I get drunk without destroying the planet?

A recent trip to New Orleans and Florida has one reader wondering why cocktails are so often served in plastic cups -- and if there's any way to stem this wasteful tide. Advice maven Umbra …

Science

Zika is just one more way climate change is worse for women

But should you panic about it? Well, it’s complicated.

Cities

Want some rich, exotic compost? Look to your local zoo

What happens in the zoo need not stay in the zoo.

Living

New series takes you to the fenceline communities of California’s oil refineries

Spotlight California talks directly with residents living with environmental racism — and has a little fun while doing it.

Food

Bison ranching is growing in the U.S. — and so is the debate over how to raise them

Some want to follow in the footsteps of industrialized beef. Others want to focus on sustainability.