by MARIA MARING
An immersive trip to oil pipeline protests reveals both trials and triumphs.
by KAYLA VITTORE
Progress might be slow, but biofuels are key to our clean energy future.
Sustainability with Style
by JANE HALLORAN
A Q&A with U of I aerospace engineering major Mona Fang, founder of Karma Trade.
The Dark Side of Thrifting
by NIKKI PALELLA
It’s an unmatched mess behind the scenes at a second-hand clothing store.
by GRACE FINNELL-GUDWIEN
Bioluminescence: Where tourism, ecology, and biomedicine meet.
We’ve Seen the Enemy; it’s Plastic
by ANDY SIMA
The only source of safe water for some people has negative environmental and health impacts on them.
The Birth of Environmental Law
by KRATIKA TANDON
Legal pioneer Richard Lazarus’s environmental convictions led him from the U of I to the Supreme Court.
Who Speaks for the Trees?
by MIRANDA JOHNSON
A tiny invasive has wreaked havoc on the Midwest, deforesting suburbia.
by OLIVIA GRUBISICH
The answer to an increasingly urban deer population, distasteful as it seems, might be to cull the herd.