In the Melting Arctic, a Reckoning to Save Indigenous Culture, Narwhals, and a Silent Sea
As a mining company seeks to ship millions of tons more of iron ore through caribou and narwhal habitat, good science requires the input of the Inuit.
Public health, disaster relief, home energy bills—every way you slice it, spending goes down.
This Lawyer Is Ensuring the Fight for a Just and Clean Energy Future in Puerto Rico Remains Front and Center
Five years after Hurricane Maria, NRDC’s Luis Martinez remains committed to helping develop solar projects that make the archipelago more equitable for those most in need.
From lead plumbing to a lack of air-conditioning, schools across the United States are jeopardizing the health and safety of students, teachers, and staff.
From charging stations to charging equipment, here’s everything you need to know.
By bringing back just 20 large mammalian species to landscapes across the globe, scientists say we can make huge dents in the biodiversity and climate crises. Here’s how.
The Games for Change Student Challenge helps young designers gamify solutions to real-world problems.