New Faces of Climate Activism
More than 300 athletes wrote a letter to skiing’s international governing body demanding steps be taken to preserver winter sports
Across America, youth-centered nonprofits are reshaping the face of the environmental movement
Three advocates break down why—and how—businesses must make justice a key part of their climate strategies
By repurposing scrap materials into gear, employing resettled refugees, and partnering with leading brands, Adiff is modeling a more sustainable textile industry
Millions around the world took to the streets to protest inaction on the climate crisis. In New York City, they got to hear from the commander-in-chief herself.
A Bright Climate Future
If we’re all truly well and doomed and the climate apocalypse is impossible to stop, then doing nothing is exactly as futile as doing something. This is the case for dreaming up absolutely ridiculous solutions in an effort to get the juices flowing.
On June 21, the BLM, U.S. Forest Service, and Five Tribes of the Intertribal Coalition signed a cooperative management agreement for Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument. It marks a shift in our history at a time when we’ve never needed to collaborate more.
A lot, experts say, depending on where it goes
Ranking resorts based on five climate-based criteria, the Savills Ski Resilience Index sheds light on climate change’s impact on this sport
Cities like Jackson, Wyoming, and Natick, Massachusetts, have hired officials to protect the local environment
We took the world’s first electric super truck off-roading to find out what it could do
Reading about romance and relationships in speculative fiction about scary futures reminds us that a better world is always worth fighting for