Despite an apocalyptic media narrative, the modern era has brought much longer lives and the greatest decline in poverty ever.
A review of the new book Tickets For The Ark, by Rebecca Nesbit
Human ingenuity is enabling us to get ever more goods and services from fewer and fewer resources.
Restoring up to 2.2 million square miles to nature
Toledo's ballot initiative is "unconstitutionally vague and exceeds the power of municipal government in Ohio."
Skeptic of catastrophic climate change projections is right about significant errors in alarming new study.
Low yield organic farming uses up lots more land and harms biodiversity
Satellite data finds that gains temperate and boreal forests offset reductions in tropical forests.
Welcome to Anthropocene Park.
Nature documentary highlights the rough childhoods of pachyderms.
A review of Half Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life by Edward O. Wilson
A model for how to voluntarily rewild North America.
A Maryland man received a $50 ticket for picking raspberries. The ticket charged him with "destroying/interfering with plants to wit: berries."
Despite alarming headlines to the contrary
Three women were killed in the last two weeks
Only one road in the park, mostly unpaved