At the heart of the Alaskan Pebble Mine controversy, the Koktuli River winds its way through the Alaskan bushland from its source at Frying Pan Lake to Bristol Bay.
Date Posted: Apr 21, 2019
Date Posted: Mar 24, 2019
Just north of the Arctic Circle, the Gwich’in people are fighting to protect the lands and caribou from oil and gas development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—a place that has provided them with a rich and bountiful existence since time immemorial.
Date Posted: Mar 17, 2019
"The Big Picture". Meet the WiRē team. The first video in the three part series introduces the Wildfire Research (WiRē) Team and explains how they are helping communities adapt to wildfire.
Date Posted: Mar 10, 2019
On December 1, 2017, five friends embarked on a 1,200 mile mountain bike, horse, and canoe journey from El Paso, TX to the Gulf of Mexico on the Rio Grande River and the US-Mexico border.
Date Posted: Mar 03, 2019
Outdoor School for All! Diverse Programming and Outcomes in Oregon is a participatory evaluation effort building understanding and knowledge about current outdoor school programming and its intended outcomes.
Date Posted: Feb 10, 2019
Zoe Keller is a graphite artist creating large-scale, highly detailed drawings. using the traditions of scientific illustration, she weaves complex visual narratives about at-risk species and wild places.
Date Posted: Jan 27, 2019
After serving in the Vietnam War, author and eco-warrior Doug Peacock spent years alone in the Wyoming and Montana wilderness observing grizzly bears. This time in the wild changed the course of his life.
Date Posted: Dec 31, 2018
Fifteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg addressed the U.N. plenary last night in Katowice, Poland, condemning global inaction in the face of catastrophic climate change. Hear more about Greta at her TED Talk:
Date Posted: Dec 16, 2018
As big as the state of California, but with a population of only a few thousand, Eeyou Istchee Baie-James is one of the most untouched and pristine lands in the world.
Date Posted: Nov 25, 2018
On a remote mountaintop in Eastern Nevada, a dedicated team of conservationists has been keeping watch for over 30 years. Their mission? To count and record every single raptor and bird of prey that flies past to keep track of their populations.