Items by Cally Carswell
An oral history of the 1950s drought in West Texas, and a look at what the 2000 to 2004 drought could portend for the future.
In this new, human-dominated epoch, the "Anthropocene," every attempt at restoration is likely to be filled with tough and risky choices.
Aspen Skiing Company Sustainability VP Auden Schendler, and professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones on why ski corporations and pro athletes should step up to the climate crisis -- and how they can do it.
Santa Fe may be too ritzy for its britches, but the funky, far-flung towns of southern New Mexico still have that special "spice" that makes the state unique.
Thought-provoking jaunts to inspire your own Western wanderings this summer: a visit to Utah's Sun Tunnels; a peek into modern hobo culture; and a beginner's guide to hitchhiking.
Republicans attack one of their own sacred cows -- the military -- for diversifying its energy supply
The latest episode of HCN's new monthly podcast, West of 100, is now available. Tune in -- it's free!
In recent years, several Western states have leaned from right to left. Is Arizona, of all places, next?
In a high-stakes legal battle, EPA defends its ability to regulate greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act
Obama overlooks the environment in his State of the Union address, but heaps attention on domestic energy development
Migrating animals can't read "no trespassing" signs, so it’s up to human beings to try to find ways to connect wildlife corridors that crisscross public and privately owned lands.
Pavillion, Wyo., residents learn what's in their tainted water, but can't say if gas drilling fouled it
- Brad Bergstrom on Did Obama's Interior hobble the Endangered Species Act?
- Dwayne Meadows on Idaho’s sewer system is the Snake River
- Dale Lockwood on Rural cops get militarized
- C.C. Havens on A day on the river that ended in a death
- Robb Cadwell on Did Obama's Interior hobble the Endangered Species Act?