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An Artist Who Finds Uncommon Meaning in Common Trees

Hugh Hayden’s exquisite wooden sculptures and installations comment on race, immigration, and the American environment.

How to Win Parks and Influence People, NYC Edition

In Manhattan, green-space advocates realized their dream of building Chelsea Green, a new community park, by becoming affordable-housing advocates, too.

Week 134: Trump Will Save Endangered Species Only When It’s Cheap

Plus, Bernhardt tries to sink offshore wind, and our first-term president takes credit for building a plastics factory that was announced seven years ago.

From Bangladesh to Brooklyn, a Clothing Exchange Inspires Climate Action

Multimedia artist Monica Jahan Bose is sharing stories about climate impacts through the saris worn by the women of her ancestral village.

That Summer When Climate Change Baked Alaska

An Anchorage-based wildlife biologist describes what life is like in our northernmost state—one that’s been dramatically altered by rising temperatures.

Week 132: America First! (with the United Arab Emirates’ Permission)

Plus, Andrew Wheeler holds story hour at an oil refinery, and the new Bureau of Land Management director doesn’t believe the B should be M-ing L.