News and Features
The first quarter-century of crisis over eastern Mediterranean natural gas has been nothing but prelude.
Fifty years after the first US troops came ashore at Da Nang, the Vietnamese are still coping with unexploded bombs and Agent Orange.
An interview with Jeffrey Sachs on the 2015 Paris negotiations, sustainable development and the profound threat facing our planet.
As the most contagious disease on earth roars back, it’s time to embrace the most effective public health intervention we have.
A giant Anglo-Australian mining company is getting the rights to a huge copper reserve—and we don’t know what American taxpayers are getting in return.
Keystone XL is part of a new colonial project—and Canada and Mexico are the frontiers.
An opinion piece in Nature calling for geoengineering tests fails to mention the most significant problem with these experiments.
Four decades after the passage of the Clean Water Act, regulators haven’t kept up with the pollution pressure that growing populations put on America’s shorelines.
We can no longer hope to address the climate crisis, or our deep social ills, by working strictly within the system. We must change the system itself.
Israeli companies are using the lessons they’ve learned occupying Gaza to militarize the US border.
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