The wake of devastation left by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria this summer made one thing clear: Natural disasters are expensive. Some estimates put the direct economic damage from Harvey alone as high as $190 billion, and that does not

As communities across the globe search for a solid sustainable-living model, the answer may live in the corners of the United States. Concentrated mainly in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana, the Amish community (having lived mostly in seclusion) has been feeling

Juan Oliphant is more than an underwater photographer. While his photographs aptly capture the beauty in marine wildlife and his Instagram following is as impressive as the proximity which he can gain to sharks, he is as much of a conservationalist as

"… most people believe that trees die when they are felled, and woods disappear because they are cut down. The reality is more complex…” - Oliver Rackham, founding father of landscape ecology A prime example of this is a beautiful forest area

Editor’s Note: This is Part III of an interview series collaboration between Michele Sciurba, Sarah Schuster and Captain Paul Watson. Paul Watson was one of the founding members of Greenpeace and when he left, he founded the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society dedicated to marine conservation

Hannah the Mermaid is an underwater performance artist. She is also a dedicated ocean activist committed to standing up for ocean life. She created her own fully functional mermaid tails and uses them to swim, dance and model underwater. Completely

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