We have become a nation so mired in the fight in front of us that we are struggling to envision a future for ourselves and generations to come.
In this exclusive excerpt from 'Before the Streetlights Come On,' the Environmental Defense Fund's Heather McTeer Toney reveals the hazards of excluding Black and brown communities from...
In this exclusive excerpt from Under the Henfluence, journalist and chicken-keeper Tove Danovich explains the domestication process of the tiny dinosaur.
Animals have been forced to adapt to people since we started messing up their land. To save them, it's time to reimagine the status quo.
Climate reporter Pierre-Louis, who says “gloom is my beat,” strives to empower others to take meaningful climate action individually and collectively through her podcast, How to...
A planet in climate catastrophe is overwhelming, to say the least. Climate grief is normal, but it's optimism that can sustain the energy we need for solutions.
For many people sharing their lives with dogs, they're more than just a pet. And that's just the way evolution wants it.
Environmental justice expert Dr. Beverly L. Wright, Ph.D. explains that addressing the climate crisis in the U.S. begins with unpacking centuries of inequality rooted in racism.
Teaching our kids to practice mindfulness, the very act of slowing down and connecting with the world around us, might be the secret to helping them live on an unstable planet.
Hurricane Ida showed New Yorkers that the billion-dollar investments in flood protection after Hurricane Sandy aren’t enough to protect NYC’s most vulnerable communities.