Elizabeth Kolbert and Nathaniel Rich, environmental writers par excellence, survey human solutions to the human-caused mess we’re in
The billionaire philanthropist has thrown his wealth at some of the world’s most intractable problems, drawing both praise and criticism along the way. His approach to tackling the climate crisis is no different.
'Why We Swim' and 'In Praise of Paths' are timely inquiries into human locomotion
Some of our favorite nonfiction authors dropped new books that explore everything from climate disaster to unusual acts of endurance
Three new books document how much we're already spending to mitigate the effects of global warming and how much more we have to lose if we continue to burn fossil fuels
As head of Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab, Brian Wansink built a career portfolio out of questionable research practices. His resignation has prompted a call for massive reforms in the profession.
Measures in the federal government's new spending bill should help the Forest Service manage fires, but there's still more to be done.
The new bill argues that lawsuits have made wildfires much worse, but its solution won’t do much to help
How six months rock climbing in Moab and around the west led Dan Dennis to the Olympic freestyle wrestling team
Get lost, in a good way
In his new collection of short stories, the author presents a series of vignettes far from the bustle of cities, but no easy answers
The amateur cyclist completed his mission Saturday after breaking the previous record by over 1,000 miles
Community-led recreation holds the secret to building sustainable local resorts
Mother Nature's stewards are gaining power in politics
Why laws requiring helmets actually lead to more injuries
Thanks to advances in materials, quality doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg
Deadline is set for 2019
Intends to create the largest ski resort in the United States
Big-name adventure race makes its return
Cocoa flavanols improve memory in a small study
No, Red Bull was not involved
Increased revenue would go to improving parks
Colorado mountain to add trails, zip lines, and ropes course
Underground site ready if the Senate changes hands
Ski racing champion plans to focus on equestrian sports after retiring
1,000-kilometer Munga loses key sponsor
Rentals available at 50 stations around the city
Company says it was "the best, most authentic" method
Tip came from hunters who smelled the weed
Olympic star begins comeback in Austria
Geologists have accurately measured "supercave"
Racers endure for strong finishes
Judge invalidates 2012 decision by Fish and Wildlife Service
Prepare yourself for the worst with the smartest survival tools around.
Whalers insist their work is scientific, flouting international consensus
Changes, and lots of them, including an uptick in skier visits to Utah, cheaper season passes state-wide, and an increased likelihood that all the Wasatch-area resorts will soon be connected.
3 years after Park City failed to properly renew lease
Chairlifts link 7 resorts in controversial plan
Canada's only undiscovered national historic site
UPDATE: Ski area will operate as usual this winter
Stood for millions of years
Japan's whaling in the Antarctic Ocean might be over
Only $30K with digital currency
Bike wars reach a head in Melbourne
Frustrated with complacent city officials, some bicyclists are painting their own lanes, installing signs, and making mischief intended to send a loud message to motorists: it's time to take cycling safety way more seriously.
Ultraruns and extreme triathlons are the stuff Guido Van der Werve’s work is made of.