How do we expand the emotional range of environmental writing? One author argues that irreverence can be a potent form of subversion as we confront climate crisis.
Author: Daniel Grant
The preeminent environmental writer and conservationist ventures into the mountains of Laos to find one of Earth’s rarest creatures and returns believing well-crafted narratives showcasing the beauty of nature can help to fight the Sixth Extinction.
How do you teach someone to re-see a place they know well? Try these tips on introducing students to the practice of treating landscapes as historical documents.
Members of the Edge Effects editorial board share a selection of photos from CHE’s recent Place-Based Workshop on the Mississippi River.
Historian Cindy Ott explains the unique political, economic, and symbolic roles the pumpkin has played in American culture.
California’s current drought offers an occasion for rethinking how our relationship to the past can help us confront crisis.
Reflecting on “Landscapes of Extraction,” CHE members explore the challenges of remembering and preserving the buried histories of mining landscapes.