Articles by Heather Smith
Heather Smith (on Twitter, @strangerworks) is interested in the various ways that humans try to save the environment: past, present, and future.
People of color are fans of national parks, despite obstacles that keep them out
Only 57 percent had ever set foot in the parks, but 85 percent want more of them -- especially in cities.
Louisiana’s flood couldn’t have been stopped, but it didn’t have to be so devastating
A set of canals, levees, and reservoirs that could have staunched Louisiana's floods had been deemed impractical.
Harley-Davidson is officially a clear air outlaw
Harley-Davidson has agreed to pay $12 million in fines to the Environmental Protection Agency for evading clean air laws.
EPA’s new rules are good for tech, and trucking
The EPA's new regulations are a big deal -- both for the troposphere and for the lungs of anyone in trucking territory.