People

The Surfer

How catching big waves helped turn this pro surfer into a conservationist

Ramon Navarro first came to the sea with his fisherman rather, found his own place on it as a surfer, and now fights to protect the coastline he loves.

The Arbiter

What seafood is OK to eat, anyway? Ask an expert

When it comes to sustainable seafood, you could say director of Seafood Watch Jennifer Dianto Kemmerly is the ultimate arbiter of taste.

Living

One of the brothers in the hit documentary “The Wolfpack” gives a damn about the environment

Naryana Angulo spent practically his entire childhood locked in an apartment. Now he's an environmental activist.

Business & Technology

This cleantech expert lays down the facts on solar and natural gas

Jessika Trancik wants to speed up the development of clean energy technologies

Living

Can fiction make people care about climate? Paolo Bacigalupi thinks so

"The Water Knife" author turns drought into drama in his newest book, and teaches us all a thing or two about ourselves.

Climate & Energy

This civil engineer is building houses to withstand earthquakes and hurricanes

Elizabeth Hausler Strand founded Build Change, a nonprofit, to bring in the (literal) reinforcements when natural disasters strike.

Living

Mary Iverson makes climate change paintings that are actually cool

The Seattle artist chats about what's really so appealing about shipping containers, and why we need more women in art.

Shame In Our Game

Does shame have a place in the climate fight? Jennifer Jacquet thinks so

The climate psychologist and author of "Is Shame Necessary?" explains why need more shame (and less guilt) if we're going to fix the climate.

Food

“The Sioux Chef” dishes on the past — and future — of Native American cuisine

Sean Sherman wants to bring Native American cuisine back to its roots.