The cofounder of permaculture on why the radical idea he developed in the 1970s is key to fighting climate change today.
In Norway’s far north, members of Europe’s last intact nomadic culture struggle to adjust as development and climate change reshape the landscape and their future.
How fenceline communities are gathering clues to help them combat environmental pollution.
Breathability then and now.
How the military, adobe houses, and finger-sized solar panels can pave the way to a more democratic distribution of energy.
The Future of Cities: If the reason Haiti suffers is just bad luck, some voodoo curse, then maybe we bear no responsibility, maybe we can confine it to some distant dimension.
What I Learned as a New Yorker in Resilient New Orleans.
The water crisis in the West has renewed debate about the effectiveness of major dams, with some pushing for the enormous Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River to be decommissioned.
A two-part inquiry on how ancient philosophy and medicine come up against pollution and modernization in China.
A two part series on how ancient philosophy and medicine come up against pollution and modernization in China