All Our Grievances Are Connected
Issues like climate change and race are usually framed individually but they are part of a connected system.

All Our Grievances Are Connected

Issues like climate change and race are usually framed individually but they are part of a connected system.

The Evolution of Environmental Artivism
Art with an environmental slant is rapidly maturing.

The Evolution of Environmental Artivism

Art with an environmental slant is rapidly maturing.

Climate Change: It’s Not All in Your Head
The affects of climate change can be harmful to the earth—and your mind.

Climate Change: It’s Not All in Your Head

The affects of climate change can be harmful to the earth—and your mind.

Keeping Up With the Cartographers
New and updated maps reflect global issues.

Keeping Up With the Cartographers

New and updated maps reflect global issues.

A New Section at the Bookstore
‘Cli-fi’ is an emerging genre that merges literature’s latitude with today’s climate change problems.

A New Section at the Bookstore

‘Cli-fi’ is an emerging genre that merges literature’s latitude with today’s climate change problems.

Facing Changing Climate, San Francisco Prepares to Share
When climate change unleashes storms and rising seal levels on the city of San Francisco, its residents will be ready … to share. Mayor Edwin Lee recently announced a partnership between the city’s Department of Emergency Management (DEM) and BayShare, a group of stakeholders in the Bay Area’s sharing economy. The city and its population of tech-savvy, share-friendly environmentalists already have big ideas for repurposing existing apps and online services for use when disaster strikes. Keep reading.

Facing Changing Climate, San Francisco Prepares to Share

When climate change unleashes storms and rising seal levels on the city of San Francisco, its residents will be ready … to share. Mayor Edwin Lee recently announced a partnership between the city’s Department of Emergency Management (DEM) and BayShare, a group of stakeholders in the Bay Area’s sharing economy. The city and its population of tech-savvy, share-friendly environmentalists already have big ideas for repurposing existing apps and online services for use when disaster strikes. Keep reading.

(Source: think-progress)

The failure to impose limits cannibalizes natural resources and human communities. This time, the difference is that when we go the whole planet will go with us.
Chris Hedges, “Regarding Climate Change, It’s Time to Get Crazy.”

Illustration by Josh Keyes.

The failure to impose limits cannibalizes natural resources and human communities. This time, the difference is that when we go the whole planet will go with us.

Illustration by Josh Keyes.
"The latest issue of our sister publication Utne Reader, published before Hurricane Sandy had even begun its lethal windup, provides several compelling perspectives on climate change and the necessity of envisioning a future beyond our current rape-and-plunder relationship to our beautiful blue planet."

Mother Earth News editors

Arctic Alaska has quickly become the most contested land in recent U.S. history. It’s home to vast natural resources and a precariously balanced—and highly threatened—ecosystem. In this excerpt from the collection Arctic Voices, writer Nancy Lord gives an account of a gathering of Yup’ik Elders facing the troubles of thinning ice in the Bering Sea. 

Arctic Alaska has quickly become the most contested land in recent U.S. history. It’s home to vast natural resources and a precariously balanced—and highly threatened—ecosystem. In this excerpt from the collection Arctic Voices, writer Nancy Lord gives an account of a gathering of Yup’ik Elders facing the troubles of thinning ice in the Bering Sea.