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This Exhibit Examines Nature and Environmental Justice in Three Centuries of American Art

Princeton is displaying iconic paintings, photography, and furniture in a new light (and it’s not always flattering).

Freeing Towns From the Tyranny of the Automobile: A How-To Guide

In his new book, urban planner Jeff Speck equips citizens with the tools they need to make their cities healthier—by making them more walkable.

Tarantulas the Size of Your Head? Yeah, We Need to Save Them, Too.

Arachnids—even large and aggressive ones like Sri Lanka’s tiger spiders—are important predators keeping ecosystems in check.

Week 91: Speak No Climate Change, Hear No Climate Change . . .

Trump denies climate change on “60 Minutes,” and yet his administration says climate facts are indisputable in court. Also, strange things are afoot between Ben Carson and Ryan Zinke’s scandals.

Climate Scientists to World: We Have Only 20 Years Before There’s No Turning Back

So we’d better get it together and do something NOW.

Week 90: Perhaps the IPCC Should Have Drawn Trump a Picture

The president doesn’t know what the U.N.’s climate report is, Ryan Zinke’s “pay-to-protest” plan, and Andrew Wheeler’s racist index finger.