This year's Nobel Peace Prize should spur governments and people everywhere to urgent action on climate change.
Memo to Congress: the Arctic is on thin ice--and so are you.
A history of colonial neglect and endemic corruption has unleashed a lawless logging binge in the heart of Congo's massive woodlands.
From Providence to Los Angeles and even the Bronx, urban rivers that were polluted and even paved over are being restored.
Artists try to wake up a sleepwalking public to the dangers of climate change.
Erasing your "carbon footprint" is tougher than it seems.
In the Bush era, the green movement has become a paper tiger. It must
regroup, reframe and reach out across the lines of race and class that
have kept environmental issues at the political fringe.
In celebration of Earth Day, The Nation salutes those who took part in the top five environmental victories of the year.
Rachel Carson, Betty Friedan and Jane Jacobs opened vast new
possibilities for social transformation by writing about widespread
attacks on nature, women and the poor.
Recent mining disasters demonstrate that the Bush Administration should be called to account for replacing federal mine regulators, who were identifying hazards and meeting requirements, with industry-friendly stand-ins.