person on roof of house installing panels

President Biden made waves with recent actions to boost solar manufacturing, but states have been busy, too.

person on roof of house installing panels

President Biden made waves with recent actions to boost solar manufacturing, but states have been busy, too.

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Supreme Court building

The Supreme Court pushed its radical agenda this past month, while the threat from extremism grew. But all is not lost.

earth action

Doing something every day will help to change your attitude and create momentum for change.

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HEADLINES

Pipeline sits in clearing of dirt with trees on the sides

A small circle of industry insiders controls crucial decisions about energy projects. New changes — if done right — can offer communities a seat at the table.

A painting of world flags

New research highlights the benefits sanctions can provide to international cooperation, while proposed legislation would put them into action.

Wolf standing in snow near carcass

Can state agencies ensure conservation when hunters pay the bills and ranchers determine wildlife policy?

Sun shines through a stand of trees

The Lorax taught us to speak for the trees. But what if we also learned to listen to them?

Coho salmon

Removing dams is one thing, but thousands of levees also restrict rivers in the United States — and they’re not working as intended.

a collage of book covers

Writers like Kim Stanley Robinson, Barry Lopez, Sy Montgomery and others celebrate the fragile beauty of this modern world — and address how to help save it.

A condor flying low over ground with mountains in the distance

A new book uncovers the development of the world’s most widespread environmental management practice.

Thermal and infrared images

How can we research animals in the darkness of night, when we can’t even see them properly?

two clumps of green leaves with yellow flowers in the crack of a rock

It’s not just the coastlines that are recording climate change. Even the mountains of North Carolina are feeling the heat — including some endangered plants.