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Innovative land management could replenish wetlands and limit flood damage.
With overfishing, acidification and garbage-ification, the seven seas aren’t what they once were.
Destroying the planet—with malice aforethought, with only the most immediate profits on the brain, with only your own comfort and wellbeing in mind—is the world's largest criminal enterprise.
One anthropologist’s place in his field’s ongoing battle over questions of power, means and ends.
One of the youngest and poorest senators, Martin Heinrich rose to the top as a supporter of labor and environmental issues.
Climate change and its political repercussions.
What would it mean if we were to walk in his footsteps?
James Hansen bravely told the truth even when the Bush administration tried to silence and penalize him.
Applying neuroscience to the study of literature is fashionable. But is it the best way to read a novel?
Our twenty-first-century, American-dictated, unipolar moment is a planetary time bomb.
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