In 2008, two little-known farmers, Perrine and Charles Hervé-Gruyer, decided to embrace the principles of permaculture. 12 years later, the success and lessons of Bec Hellouin Farm spark a movement in Europe.
One woman’s decades-long fight for clean air and environmental justice.
Marie-France Roy on speaking up for our home planet.
“Castleton Tower has a pulse. We have a pulse. The Earth has a pulse.”
The ups and downs of transitioning power to the people in the Chamonix Valley.
Climate policy expert Leah Stokes on how fossil fuel interests undermine American climate policy, and what you can do to stop it.
Snow lovers and professional athletes are mobilizing to elect climate leaders.
If we continue trying to save the world one species at a time we will fail; it is time to redefine our relationship with nature so that we save all of nature.
A reminder of why voting is essential to the protection of our public lands.
Karen Diver of the Fond du Lac Band on how protecting lands and waters can provide solutions to climate change.
Nous apprenons à devenir une entreprise antiraciste.
Thoughts on activism from a year of filming Public Trust.
Melinda Daniels is huddled under the shelter of her purple tent waiting for the rain to start, which only seems odd when you consider the context: she’s in the middle of a farm on a blindingly sunny day.
A bold plan to kick net-pen salmon farms out for good.
Our public lands have tremendous value beyond the extractive. Here's a refresh on why they're worth protecting.
BIKE Magazine contributing editor Michael Ferrentino on our perceived right to ride wherever we want.
The case for Indigenous-led land management.
“One way to open your eyes is to ask yourself, ‘What if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?’” —Rachel Carson.
A photographer learns what it means to be an ally while on assignment on Gwich’in lands.
To save our home planet we must fall in love with it. What’s holding us back?
“This whole process of virtual public hearings during a global crisis is an injustice to my community.”
The fish’s struggle for survival is a fight not only for itself but for the health of the planet. An excerpt from Salmon: A Fish, the Earth, and the History of Their Common Fate.
A bona fide American hemp farmer/entrepreneur shares his stash.
Ways you can keep up the fight for our planet, and feel less alone.
As the world grapples with the effects of the pandemic, climate activists continue to fight for our future.
With oceans getting warmer and more acidic, a group of divers are planting baby corals to restore the dying coral reefs.
Southeast Alaskans are on the front line of the fight to protect the Tongass National Forest from logging.
Jocelyn Torres of Conservation Lands Foundation on the power of grassroots lobbying and voting for public lands.
We protect what we love.
Justice for the most polluted neighborhood in Los Angeles.
The Slickrock Trail, in Moab, Utah, is one of the most popular mountain bike rides in the world. Now, under a recent BLM decision, it could also be opening to oil and gas drilling.
She was searching for a role with a nonprofit that takes a nontraditional approach to nature conservation. She found it in her inbox.
Mustafa Santiago Ali talks with Naomi Hollard of Sunrise Movement about the power of cross-class and multiracial movements and the mandate for environmental justice.
Predawn on April 4, 2019. There’s hardly any snow in the mountains. Worst year in recent history, the locals are saying. We’re loading boxes of food onto the ferry, preparing to board the Alaska Marine Highway from Juneau to Haines. “It’s southeast Alaska, you never know,” Ryland Bell says. “It might rain for 90 days…
My family arrived in Ohio from Jamaica in the mid-1970s, during a time of environmental turmoil. The previous decade had brought to light significant issues around the treatment of land and water in the United States. The Cuyahoga River, which flows into Lake Erie, caught fire in 1969 due to excessive oil coating its surface.…
“To change someone’s behavior, there must be rewards,” says Lizzy Plotkin. Her voice is earthy, grounded, easy and full of conviction. Horns honk, people talk, buses drive and a city thrives in the background, but she doesn’t sound like part of the chaos; she is instead superimposed into the scene. We’ve never met in person,…