Instead of decrying human influence and prophesying environmental doom, we must identify harmful change and find responsible ways to fix it.
When water runs low, cooperation on the ground makes the most of it for everyone who wants a share.
The sharing economy has vast potential to reduce environmental impacts by incentivizing property owners to make more efficient use of their cars and homes.
Smartphones can help us make important environmental strides in the developed world, but they're even more revolutionary in the developing world.
We need creativity to balance the many competing interests affected by monument designations.
Property rights are a tried-and-true method of incentivizing responsible resource use. If rockweed is private property, the owners will have strong incentives to protect it.
In Pennsylvania, former enemies—loggers and green activists—could become partners in conservation.