Chevron polluted the Ecuadorian rainforest, but a lawyer—in his efforts to hold the oil company accountable—also got his hands dirty, a new book says.
The former New York City mayor, now a U.N. special envoy, talks about the vital role our cities play in the climate fight with one of the nation's foremost environmental journalists.
Sylvia Earle, the greatest living ocean explorer, on the new documentary 'Mission Blue' and why highways are scarier than submarines.
The French graphic novelist Philippe Squarzoni presents a moral case for tackling climate change in stark black and white.
Journalist Dan Fagin traverses grand canyons of chemical, medical, and epidemiological scholarship in his book 'Toms River,' which just won the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction.
How ya gonna keep ’em down on the organic farm? By investing in them, says a veteran financial strategist.
When a pipeline company fought to bring tar sands oil into scenic South Portland, Maine, city hall fought back.
A one-woman show links our shared burden of climate change to our shared obsessive-consumptive disorder.
Environmentalist Maria Vorontsova explains how President Vladimir Putin is making hash of his country’s environment.