logo

The mountains are calling and I must go, and I will work on while I can, studying incessantly.

- John Muir


The grassroots initiative, which Boulder voters will see on the ballot come November, would mandate a state-wide, half-mile “buffer zone” of fracking wells from occupied buildings.

EARTH

Stoking the Flames: Climate Change driving the West’s Devastating Wildfires

Anthropogenic climate change contributed to California’s record-breaking wildfires. The future of fighting these fires grows increasingly perilous.

Dealing with Humans, for a Love of Tigers

For the first woman to earn a doctorate on tigers in India, while overcoming institutionalized sexism, it was a cruel journey.

The Trump Administration and their Changing Whims Regarding Public Lands

The administration was considering selling part of Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante — opening it up to mining, logging, and drilling, but then things changed.

A Vasudhaiva Ride Update: The Intangible Rewards of Volunteering.

In July, the Outdoor Journal introduced Vasudhaiva Ride.

Conservationist Alan Rabinowitz, the Indiana Jones of Wildlife, Dies Aged 64

Big cat expert Alan Rabinowitz lived to protect wilderness, and the jaguars that gave him a voice as a child.

Running the High Road: The Advent of Distance Running in Ladakh

Very few places on Earth can produce athletes with the physical capacity of Ladakhis.

The Power of Community: A Motorcycle Journey from India to Scotland

In January 2017, Ben and Prashant left behind comfortable lives to explore a project-driven motorcycle journey of community service and adventure - across 60,000 km and 20 countries. .

Privacy Preference Center

Necessary

Advertising

Analytics

Other