Nearly 30 years ago, summer in the Pacific Northwest was like paradise. Now it's like Hell. And I am pissed off.
Nearly 300 people have died trying to climb Mt. Everest. Almost all of them are still up there.
It may seem strange, but I'm more optimistic about how we are dealing with climate change now than I was a year ago.
The famous 1979 accident at Three Mile Island made nuclear power a much bigger gamble, politically and economically speaking.
Leave it to an original Netflix series to depict environmental history as accurately as I've ever seen it on the screen.
One of the most classic and beloved monster movies of the 1950s actually contains some pretty regressive and reactionary messages, if you think about it.
This amazing modern colorization of a 1903 photo highlights the brilliance of America's 100-year commitment to publicly-owned national parks.
Though beloved by millions for decades, Smokey's environmental legacy is not entirely positive.
Take a look at a genuine list of all the stuff the operators of New Bedford's whaling fleet bought in 1858 to outfit their ships. It's amazing.
We should stop deluding ourselves that simple individual actions are going to solve environmental problems. It will take huge, systemic change.