The planet is our beat.
Scientists respond to an Associated Press article that paints black vultures and turkey vultures as “flying fiends.”
Also, the self-styled environmentalist-in-chief skips a climate summit, and the EPA’s Science Advisory Board misses a big, big deadline.
The fires are no accident. They were ignited by Brazilian ranchers who felt emboldened by their pro-deforestation president.
Plus, national parks are getting hazy (again), and Trump makes a quixotic bid to buy Greenland.
Hugh Hayden’s exquisite wooden sculptures and installations comment on race, immigration, and the American environment.
In Manhattan, green-space advocates realized their dream of building Chelsea Green, a new community park, by becoming affordable-housing advocates, too.