Saving Wild Places
With rallies, protests, lobbying, and letter-writing campaigns, Pennsylvania Sierra Club activists have been working to rein in their state's fracking juggernaut.
Well-planned translocations of rare animals can be a lease on life. Hurried moves while the bulldozers rumble are death sentences.
Mistaking streetlights for the moon, moths are flying toward extinction.
Exploring the red rocks and canyons of the Greater Canyonlands region, perhaps our next national monument?
A San Francisco-based artist helps endangered species through public art.
After disappearing from Alaska more than a century ago, the wood bison is finally returning home.
Decrepit dams are clogging Earth's arteries and interfering with fish migration. These three stunning dam detonation videos show that sometimes even massive explosions can be good for the environment.
What this fox has to say about the future of the city
The new five-part series shows that human relationships with nature need not be destructive.
Roberto Morales helped to designate the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument.