How Gender Stereotypes Affect Pro-Environment Behavior
New research finds certain green behaviors are linked with masculine and feminine stereotypes.
What Will the Supreme Court's Decision on Virginia's Uranium Mining Ban Mean for Future Environmental Battles?
An unusual coalition of conservative and liberal justices could have major ramifications in battles between state and federal authority.
Meet the Woman Who Fought to Keep an Oil Terminal Out of Her Town
Linda Garcia is set to receive this year's Goldman Environmental prize for keeping an oil-by-rail terminal our of her Washington neighborhood.
How to Convince Christians to Take Action on Climate Change
New research finds that emphasizing a call to stewardship can be an effective tool.
Using Terms Like 'Mother Nature' Can Get People to Be More Green
Chinese researchers find anthropomorphizing nature as a woman spurs pro-environment behavior.
What Do the Mid-Term Election Results Mean for Renewable Energy and Climate Change?
A number of ballot initiatives dealing with environmental issues were rejected by voters across the country, but governors and representatives with conservation bonafides can still pick up the slack.
Are Organic Farms Ruining California's Rural Coast?
California loves its locally sourced meat and dairy, but conservationists claim the foodie trend can cause serious damage to the state's grasslands.
The Environmental Case for Multiculturalism: What We Can Learn From 18th-Century America
Working toward a shared goal can help bond ethnic cultures together.
As Americans Age, Their Support for Environmentalism Declines
It's not easy staying green.
The Edit, Episode #9: A Conversation About Climate Justice and Vulnerable Communities
On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, contributing writer Sophie Yeo discusses the impact of climate change litigation.
The LGB Community Is Working Hard to Save the World
New research finds that gay men and lesbian women are disproportionately represented in the anti-war and environmental movements.
On Climate Change, a Disconnect Between Attitudes and Behavior
A new study finds climate change skeptics are more likely to behave in eco-friendly ways than those who are highly concerned about the issue.
Profit Over Preservation: Trump Properties and Environmental Controversy
A conflict with the Balinese government over a new resort brings to light the many issues Trump-branded properties have faced with environmental issues in the past.
Tamma Carleton's Strong Commitment to Environmentalism
Carleton combines social and physical data with statistical models to assess how issues such as climate change and freshwater scarcity affect poverty and economic growth.
Las Raíces Profundas del Comportamiento Ecológico
Una investigación reciente halla el mejor predictor de la vida consciente con el medio ambiente es objetivos de vida fundamentales de una persona.