Look at some of the science examining burns that outdoorists will likely encounter more frequently.
It’s not clear how eucalyptus forests and other habitats have changed, and what kind of wildlife they will support.
Skihofing and ice skating may be signs of climate change that catch the attention of some northern communities.
A recently introduced House and Senate resolution focuses on science and people.
Politics continues to push the line between damn lies and statistics…
Does the dry Reno-Tahoe autumn reflect a trend toward drier shoulder seasons in the US West?
Outdoorists are likely to buy carbon offsets directly or indirectly from gear and travel companies. What are their drawbacks?
If courts are the last line of defense for the climate, how long will it be before the Trump administration’s efforts to stack them take effect?
Prompted by two indigenous teenagers, the Alaska Federation of Natives declares a climate emergency. Will the next generation combine a love of their natural environment with political leadership?
Should outdoorists use carbon offsets and renewable energy credits as a tool to take action even if our lifestyles are still imperfect?