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Keystone XL is officially dead
The pipeline's developer has pulled the plug on the controversial project at last.
Bison have returned to the Great Plains. Now what?
A rift among Indigenous and non-Indigenous ranchers illustrates the struggles of reintroducing buffalo in modern landscapes.
Humans haven’t always wrecked the environment
It's only been in the last few hundred years that we've starting destroying land.
In Hawaii, an ancient observatory offers lessons for modern stargazers
Physicist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein spans the whitewashed history of astronomy in her new book, ‘The Disordered Cosmos.’
Wisconsin hunters have already killed more gray wolves than allowed
More than 27,000 people applied for permits for the state’s first wolf hunt since 2014.
Local languages are dying out and taking invaluable knowledge with them
Rare, rural vocabularies hold the keys to centuries-old questions about nature, human migration, and more.
How the Trump border wall sapped a desert oasis dry
Ancient springs might not survive unchecked construction during the pandemic.
Oklahoma floods are poisoning tribal lands
A decades-old Superfund site poses new threats to displaced communities.
Drilling the Arctic refuge doesn’t make sense—but Trump wants it to happen anyway
“This would be a complete industrialization of the wildest place left in America.”
They tried to tame the Klamath River. They filled it with toxic algae instead.
A century of development has fueled harmful blooms along the Klamath River in northern California. Now, the native Karuk tribe and its allies are trying to undo the damage.