While studying abroad in Namibia in 2007, stray weld sparks set off a blaze at Tripp’s field camp. This is the story of trying to fight a fire in the desert without water.
As Hydro-Quebec, the corporation behind Northern Pass, works to dam Quebec’s Romaine River, three kayakers paddle it for the last time in its natural state. The power in the water is evident; what’s not clear is how Quebec’s push for hydropower dominance makes economic, social
or environmental sense.
What can the shrinking Aral Sea tell us about the melting Arctic?
Kazakh weddings, Southern identity, and geographic after effects of slavery.