The planet is our beat.
From lowland Filipinos and indigenous groups to international conservation organizations, everyone is getting in line to save the critically endangered tamaraw.
A new novel imagines what life in Bangkok would be like if nearly half the city were underwater—which some experts say is a real possibility.
Plus, Big Oil (literally!) writes its own offshore drilling rules, Trump fast-tracks his border wall through more wilderness areas, and the Interior Department gets petty with its press releases.
The systems that allow life on earth to exist are breaking down. We’re responsible. But we also have the power to turn things around.
Plus, the president sacrifices an endangered species to oil drillers, and Mike Pompeo makes bizzare climate change comments.
In the administration’s ongoing war on environmental laws, the tactics can be subtle but the strategy is straightforward: Give corporate polluters every chance to fight the rules they don’t like.