Cover photograph by Art Wolfe
Once noble and redemptive, environmentalism has devolved into an engine of consumerism and a platform for partisanship.
An activist hero incarcerated for his nonviolent civil disobedience discusses the seeds of resistance and the opportunities presented by a world in disrepair.
A photographic study that involves trees, people, and people’s drawings of trees. Slide show accompanies text.
Somewhere between travel lust and travel nightmares, there exists a place where the luminous land outshines life’s latest letdowns. A short story.
Whatever the rites of passage, a boyhood in Montana guarantees the presence of some sort of prominent sky.
Portraits: devastating debts have caused a generation of Indian farmers to simply give up.
The shifting moods of water as reflected on two creatures that swim through it.
Just because it thrives far below the surface of the earth does not mean its expendable.
The brown trouts, Sno Balls, and stray cats lent a faux nature vibe to this home-away-from-home.
Selling sex to save the planet is just sick.
Orion is entering its thirtieth anniversary year.
In this issue: Laura Kerr, on The Santa Rita Mountains, Arizona; Erika Pauli Bizzari, Orvieto, Italy; Stephen T. Berg, on Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; and Don Lyman, on the Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia.
Björk's new album-project-app harmonizes technology and nature while transcending traditional media.
"Take it as a deposit in the bank of long returns, or as an exchange in a drawn-out conversation we hold with the children of people who have not yet been born…"
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