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Art for Earth's Sake

An Artist Envisions Our National Parks in 2050

Hannah Rothstein’s grim tourism posters are a call to action, in a time when the president is pillaging our public lands.

Species Watch

Africa’s Largest Eagle Needs Its Space—and Lots of It

But good territory is getting harder to find.

Culture & Politics

While Perry Betrays His Clean Power Past, Cities Look to the Future

The energy secretary is willfully ignoring the renewables revolution that’s taking place all around him.

From Our Partners

Marching for Science on the Melty Ice Sheets of Greenland

What better place to stand up for climate science than at the frontlines of climate change?

Trump v. Earth

Week 13: Pruitt Doesn’t Trust His EPA Staff to Work Hard Against Clean Water Protections

Because why would they?

Culture & Politics

Climate Deniers Seize the Day!

With funding from the fossil-fuel industry, a denialist think tank is mailing its anti-science propaganda to 200,000 schoolteachers. Hmmm, what could be behind their newfound boldness?