Colombia’s Forests Left Vulnerable in the Wake of Civil War

After 52 years of conflict, vast areas of Colombia that were once considered guerrilla-controlled war-zones are opening up to reveal some of the most biodiverse land on Earth.

Increasing Desertification Threatens Traditions for Navajo Women

Navajo women struggle to keep their traditions alive as increased temperatures cause a serious lack of water throughout the majority of their reservation.

Pipeline Expansion Proposal Divides Akwesasne Mohawk Nation

The Akwesasne Mohawk Nation has to decide between cheaper heating costs or losing their autonomy to a corporate pipeline expansion.

Ghanaians Resist $10 Billion Deal to Mine Bauxite in a Protected Forest

Local communities in Ghana try to prevent the inevitable deforestation of the Atewa Reserve that would accompany a $10B mining deal with China.

You Are Not Your Startup: A Guide to Self-Identity

Here are five tips for entrepreneurs who struggle to find a maintainable balance of passion for their business and everyday life.

What Hiring Managers Don’t Understand About Millennials’ Commitment to Work

A generational clash of expectations in interviews and the workplace can cost companies the opportunity to hire the perfect candidate.