This Woman Wants the UN to Keep Detroit from Shutting Off People's Water
Thousands of Detroiters are having their water shut off in the middle of summer. We interviewed Maude Barlow who filed a formal complaint with the UN, saying that's a human rights violation.
The Profiles Issue
How a Hungarian Mayor Saved His Small Town from Environmental Catastrophe
On Toldi Tamás's first day as mayor of Devecser, Hungary, he woke up to a deluge of polluted red mud rapidly flowing through the streets, sweeping away buildings and severely burning the townspeople. The next year would be tough.
Turkmenistan's "Gate to Hell" Is Keeping a Destitute Village Afloat
I Traveled to the Infernal Pit in the Middle of Turkmenistan That's Been Burning for 40 Years