Air Pollution Is Killing the Views in National Parks
So you finally made it to the top of the mountain. Enjoy the air up there.
Gunning for Lead Bullets: On Efforts to Ban Ammunition
Hunters using lead ammunition leave a potent neurotoxin scattered in the outdoors; alternative ammunition is really good. Why are efforts to ban lead ammunition so difficult?
Could Climate Change be the Epitome of Partisanship?
Why the environment has been so conspicuously absent from this year's debates
Diesel: The Dirty Fuel That Could Usher in Clean Energy
Can we be smart enough to capitalize on the boom of dirty diesel fuel—recently listed as a carcinogen—to make renewables finally have an impact?
Pricing Carbon to Reduce Emissions, Create Dividends
Proponents of the "Wesleyan Statement" say that America should tax carbon to reduce emissions, then return the money to citizens as a direct payment or a tax reduction.
Transportation Demand Management Working In Australia’s Cities
In car-crazy Australia, soft measures are turning the tide in the hard battle to reduce the number of basically empty cars on the road.
The Grass Floodwall: Gustav Highlights Need for Wetlands
Mother Nature needs to be allowed to protect New Orleans from ... Mother Nature.
Environment Becomes Heredity
Advances in the field of epigenetics show that environmental contaminants can turn genes "on" and "off" triggering serious diseases that are handed down through generations. But there's also a more heartening prospect: The same diseases may be treated by relatively simple changes in nourishment and lifestyle.