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Rice paddies emerge from the early morning mist near the town of Chuknagar in southern Bangladesh.
What Happens When Global Warming Turns Millions of Destitute Muslims Into Environmental Refugees?

Features

How a group of longtime, often bitter adversaries came together at last to save a wilderness.
Were it not for the Sweetwater Jaycees' World's Largest Rattlesnake Round-Up few people other than Sweetwater's 11,000 residents would know of this Texas town.
Nothing has so disfigured our landscape as strip malls and big-box stores. But the same market forces that created them may now be turning them into dinosaurs.
Q & A: The Hard Sell Cozy Residence, 3 BRs + Trash The Slush Busters Growing Smarter China Bags It
On the African savanna, one woman goes eyeball-to-eyeball with a curious bull elephant and wonders at the earth's endless varieties of self-expression.
Reviews
When last we heard from Marie Winn, she had evolved from a reporter for the Wall Street Jour­nal into a bird-watcher who stalked the canyons of New York follow­ing a hawk named Pale Male.
Green Me Thousand Mile Song Curse of the Black Gold
In 2004 I landed a job as an editor at Florida Sportsman and bought a house near its offices in Martin County, Florida.
Largely ignored by media obsessed with this year's presidential primary frenzy is a development of monu­mental proportions.
FIELDWORK: The Strategist NRDC in the News
At night I drape T-shirts, pillows, and last week’s yellowing newspapers over the electronics in my bedroom.
Crossing the Next Bridge Lord of the Dragonflies Constructing a Greener Future Covert Operation