The planet is our beat.
In what the modern world sees as coal and oil, this New Yorker sees ancient plant species—and hope.
Scott Pruitt is out—but can the new EPA chief escape Pruitt’s shadow of endless scandals, incompetence, and corruption?
Plus, the EPA’s stall on chlorpyrifos and Ryan Zinke’s criminal socks.
Apparently they don’t want to hang out with a bunch of noisy, destructive, arrogant, and trigger-happy primates.
Rising CO2 levels could upset the delicate relationship between the butterflies and their parasites.
David Maisel’s aerial views of environmental degradation are redefining American landscape photography.