There are no heavenly escape hatches. Our Pale Blue Dot is the only home we have and we need to start treating it that way.
This year I returned to my family’s tradition of the great American road trip. Some things have changed, but the reasons to do it are timeless.
Robert Moor’s meditation is a smart and lively reminder that without trails, we’re lost. We need them to save us from the madness of wandering with absolute freedom.
Do you suffer from tree blindness? We probably all do to some extent. But there is a cure, says Gabriel Popkin.
The National Park Service is more than land preservation, it is a place where people—no matter their background—can gather over a shared value.