A colorful look at life in Quartzsite, which becomes an RV mecca every winter.
by Etienne de Malglaive & Cindy Wehling,
Mar 24, 2010
A scientist sees a Shakespearean tragedy unfold in the West’s dying aspen forests, victims of climate change.
by William R.L. Anderegg,
Feb 26, 2010
Just how bad or good are Idaho's environmental politics? On September 18, High Country News gathered Idaho politicians and environmentalists for a lively exploration of these questions.
by Ray Ring,
Oct 07, 2008
Native trek for the Earth passes through
by Marty Durlin,
Mar 20, 2008
Is it really true that the U.S. has no choice but to
employ a harsh form of triage in deciding which endangered species
should live, and which must die?
by Greg Hanscom,
Aug 07, 2006
Rivers for Life: Managing Water for People and Nature, by
Sandra Postel and Brian Richter is deceptively wonky-looking, but
sparkles. It drives home the necessity of reconsidering the ways we
manage water, and is full of good ideas
by Matt Jenkins,
Apr 26, 2004