South Korea’s energy trap: Government-funded dead end fossil fuel investments

South Korea is investing massive amounts of public funding into importing natural gas while demand is…

California’s concerning embrace of a new forest biomass industry

Questions about environmental safety and community health loom over the greenwashed industry and proposed export scheme.

Climate Vulnerability Index illuminates inequities

Researchers hope this groundbreaking tool will help drive policy changes.

Shining light on energy inequity in Puerto Rico

Researchers are working with communities in Puerto Rico to build more sustainable systems in the face…

A more collaborative approach to conservation

The longtime logging town of Darrington, Washington is showing how local communities re-engage with the federal…

Building sustainable roads in emerging economies

A powerful new approach can help developing countries make road construction and maintenance greener and more…

Saving Great Salt Lake

The fate of the Great Salt Lake's unique ecosystem hinges on Utah’s willingness to rethink how…

Oil development tees up fresh fight over sage grouse protections

Most of the sage grouse population now relies on public lands — but not all public…

Conservation in the 21st century means looking beyond the environment

Protecting culturally significant public lands and expanding outdoor access should be a political priority.

Toxic tap water: Corroded lead pipes supply water to families throughout Chicago

Chicago has the highest number of lead service lines in the nation, but the city's replacement…