Here's a run-down on what I think represents my best work of 2018: blog articles, classes, podcasts and videos. Best wishes in 2019!
Nearly 300 people have died trying to climb Mt. Everest. Almost all of them are still up there.
Leave it to an original Netflix series to depict environmental history as accurately as I've ever seen it on the screen.
We should stop deluding ourselves that simple individual actions are going to solve environmental problems. It will take huge, systemic change.
A consortium of environmental historians enjoyed my article on the Thanksgiving storm of 1983.
The latest news on climate change is very, very, very bad. The problem is getting much worse, much faster.
How do blizzards get immortalized in history? The answer says more about humans than it does about weather.
The various environments portrayed in the Star Wars films say a lot about how we view nature and human relationships to it.
This lonely wreckage in the city of Bhopal, India is the site of the world's worst industrial accident.
Why does the wilderness call to us as a place of personal redemption?