The PFAS-laden firefighting foam used in training exercises at military bases easily slips into groundwater supplies, tainting everything around it.
Houston activists fuel a growing movement to increasingly center environmental justice in infrastructure and protect urban neighborhoods from endlessly expanding road projects.
White Sands National Monument is more than a great place to play. Among its shifting dunes, scientists are unearthing an ancient history teeming with mammoths, dire wolves, and sloths.
New Mexico Magazine
A year after the Kayenta Mine was closed, both the energy company behind it and the federal government overseeing it have done little to restore the lands they’ve trampled.
A federal judge in an Arizona case upends long-abused law, sparing a beautiful valley and improving protections for public lands.
The Progressive Magazine
As greenhouse gasses fill the sky, a progressive governor and worried residents take on oil and gas—the state’s most powerful industry.