A look at the animals that live among us—known as synanthropes—that are often cast aside as pests.
For generations, oil refineries brought jobs—and pollution—to the residents of Wilmington. Can a new generation of youthful activists make it a healthier place to grow up?
The secretary of the interior wants to raise user fees at the national parks. His proposal will hurt all but the wealthiest Americans, and it won't work.
Dense cities that set aside large tracts of natural land help those spaces better provide services people want, such as air cleaning and water cleaning, a new study finds.
It might be the only way for our National Park Service to nurture the kind of ecological awareness required for a genuine environmental ethic.
Freeway capping could solve a bunch of problems for Los Angeles.
Turning foreclosed commercial properties into park networks could put people to work, raise real estate values and promote wise redevelopment.