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Photograph for OnEarth by Grant Delin. Imaging by catchlightdigital.com
A Story of Drill Rigs, Mountain Bikes, and the Fight to Save Our Last Wild Lands.

Features

Where the Past Meets the Carbon-Neutral Future.
Some 450 million pairs of jeans are sold in the United States each year -- 1.5 pairs for every man, woman, and child.
Why Sir John Houghton Thinks Faith Can Help Save the World.
On a clear day this past spring, Jesse Logan strapped on his backcountry skis and pushed into the whitebark pine forest that surrounds Montana's Emigrant Peak.
Q & A: E.T., Phone Home The Buzz About a "B" Raising Your Grades Fields of Dreams Offshore Current
Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev seems to have recast himself as Russia's Al Gore.
Reviews
The future of the planet could depend on our ability to mimic photosynthesis.
Spotlight: Nature's Beloved Son Fruitless Fall American Buffalo
A few yards from his brewhouse at Blue Mountain Brewery in Afton, Virginia, Taylor Smack, owner and brewmaster, shows me his little field of dreams.
Undoubtedly President-elect Obama's top priority should be jump-starting our economy. But environmental concerns need not be sidelined.
FIELDWORK: Our Man in Chicago NRDC in the News
Longtime NRDC trustee Shelly Malkin is a conservationist who feels at home painting wildlife in Africa and scaling the red rock walls of Zion National Park in Utah.
Can Biofuels Take Flight? Bury Carbon Forever Greening the Dragon? Going, Going, But Not Quite Gone