President Theodore Roosevelt started what would become the world's most successful experiment in conservation
March 2003 | By Smithsonian magazine
Las Vegas showman Jonathan Kraft went from riches to rags to turn a patch of Arizona desert into a refuge for abused and abandoned exotic animals
March 2003 | By Paul Trachtman
Los Angeles' insatiable thirst for water, which drained the Owens Valley, has ruined lives, shaped the city's politics and provoked ongoing controversy
October 2002 | By Mark Wheeler
In the island nation, a dispute over harnessing rivers for hydroelectric power is generating floods of controversy
June 2002 | By Jon Swan
In Idaho's Clearwater National Forest, old logging roads that ruin streams are getting the axe
February 2000 | By T. H. Watkins
When smog killed 20 people in a Pennsylvania mill town in 1948, the clean air movement got its start
November 1999 | By Edwin Kiester, Jr.
Our names for people who respect the environment should be as varied as the ways we see it
December 1998 | By John P. Wiley, Jr.
January 1998 | By John R. Alden
For some of the toughest environmental cleanups, plants can do it better and cheaper than we can
July 1997 | By John P. Wiley, Jr.