‘War in the woods’: activists blockade Vancouver Island in bid to save ancient trees

Loggers say blockades threaten their livelihoods as activists build fortifications and vow to remain

Living in a World in Which Nature Has Already Lost

In “Second Nature,” Nathaniel Rich offers a tour of the ways humans have both conquered the natural world and been overwhelmed by the unintended consequences.

Environmental Regulation of the Energy Sector: A Discussion with Mary Nichols

University of Pennsylvania Targets Net-Zero by 2050

Setting priorities for the Outer Continental Shelf

Texas House panel weighs anti-renewable energy bills fueled by winter storm

Architect Wayne Turett’s Greenport home is one of the first passive houses on the North Fork

Washington DNR state trust lands: The green superheroes

Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks

New Mexico debates impacts to oil and gas as Biden rolls out $2 trillion spending package