Water (or nut milk or wine or broth) in boxes is not better
“Eco cartons” are rarely recyclable. Here’s what earth-friendly packaging (still) looks like.
Earth to banks: Start shifting away from fossil fuels
Most banks finance a fraction of renewables compared to fossil fuels. These brown-to-green ratios need to improve — and fast.
30 years ago, leaders declared the principles of environmental justice. They’re still fighting to make them heard.
More than 1,100 people attended the 1991 National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit. Its leaders reflect on what it meant to define a movement.
One stolen whale, the web of life, and our collective healing
For the Lummi Nation, returning an orca to her family and native waters is part of how we will heal ourselves — and our species.
Building codes are wonky and dense. But they can slash emissions and pollutants.
Cities and states can use arcane ordinances to push builders to go all-electric, which will help us all breathe easier.
Angry about the climate crisis? Research shows that could be a good thing.
When fence-sitters hear that a majority are upset, they’re more inclined to jump over.
A multimillion disinformation campaign is trying to convince you that trophy hunting is ‘sustainable’
Groups promoting “sustainable use” to protect wildlife have close ties to industry. To protect biodiversity, we need to follow the money.
The Dems’ clean energy plan can do better on environmental justice. Here’s how.
Within the budget reconciliation proposal is a clean energy standard that’s great for climate, but not for equity — and frontline communities could suffer more.
5 years after Standing Rock, the Dakota Access pipeline continues operating — illegally
It’s time to shut it down for good. Here’s what it would take.
Logging in disguise: How forest thinning is making wildfires worse
The U.S. Forest Service clears trees from public lands in the name of fire prevention, but it doesn’t work. There are better strategies to protect communities, but don’t expect to hear about them from the logging industry.