For 16-year-old Bosnian Ali Sarajlić, living without the free-flowing Neretvica River is unimaginable. That’s why he has joined, and in many ways led, the continuing fight against damming it.
Nearly every Wednesday, Courtney Reynolds can be found elbow-deep in a bin of someone else’s castoffs, searching for scraps of fabric and colorful quilts to deconstruct and sew into original clothing items for her three preschool-age kids, or to sell in her online shop, Napkin Apocalypse.
John Murray’s lifelong work to permanently protect the Badger-Two Medicine from oil and gas drilling.
An unlikely community, in the most unlikely location, has become an even more unlikely force for public lands conservation.
Coal built this ski town. Can the locals keep skiing without it?
The next nine years will be a time of resilience, rebuilding and reinvention.
Sheep (and their poop) could help California’s climate-driven wildfires. One couple is ushering in this idea with a small flock and some supportive fire departments.
Ten years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japanese communities are turning toward citizen-led renewable power.
A wildlife biologist uncovers an unexpected, intersectional legacy of slavery.
In one of the last interviews he gave before he passed away, the writer and conservationist shares his reflections on the past, and the work still to do.
50th Anniversary Wild And Scenic Rivers Act
Climate and social justice activists are pushing the clothing industry to take better care of people and the planet.
In 1991 Dirk Vansintjan co-founded Ecopower, a Belgian renewable energy cooperative that now has more than 60,000 members. He has advice on how communities can achieve energy democracy.
Photographer Paolo Pellegrin captured the aftermath of the wildfires that burned through Australia in 2019.
A dead-end dirt road is the start to a new challenge—and a fight to protect South America’s Yosemite.
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 bringing 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.
Wir lernen, wie man ein antirassistisches Unternehmen wird.
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.
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.
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.