The pioneering environmentalist John Muir has often been associated with secularist causes. But this reflection on first seeing glacier bay reveals another side of the great man.
Environmentalism and climate change are hot topics; yet they're still often imagined as the territory of scientists, expert activists, and those who can afford to be environmentally conscious. We discover two people who are transforming the ecology of their immediate worlds in Dunn, Wisconsin and New York's South Bronx.
is founder and executive director of Sustainable South Bronx. She was awarded a MacArthur "genius grant" in 2005.
is a professor at the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies of the University of Wisconsin at Madison. His books include Earth-Wise: A Biblical Response to Environmental Issues.