What if today’s climate activists acted more like the scientists who spoke out on the first Earth Day?
Author: Andy Davey
When is political resentment legitimate, and who gets to decide? Two recent books examine the emotional world of politics in rural Wisconsin and Louisiana.
Devising a fire ritual for a friend’s wedding inspires one author to consider how environmental rituals connect sacred and ordinary parts of our lives.
In this interview, teacher Michael Goodwin explains how place-based education can engage high school students and administrators from many backgrounds.
Reflecting on “Landscapes of Extraction,” CHE members explore the challenges of remembering and preserving the buried histories of mining landscapes.