Millions of people rely on the Air Quality Index, but experts say it’s a rough measure at best
You’ve heard of the fly on the wall, but what about the crow in the city?
To manage wildfires, the United States needs a lot more prescribed burns. Tribes and community organizations are ready to step in
In the midst of a pandemic, an artist and former physicist still works to represent endangered landscapes
Clean waters have attracted large marine mammals to feed on a rising source of plankton and fish
Some philosophers argue that consciousness pervades the universe. But not everyone is convinced.
The global boom in sand mining threatens millions, a new study of the Mekong River suggests
Wildlife-police raids and customs inspections are trying to halt this highly invasive species
It’s what you eat, not where it comes from, that matters most, new analyses suggest
Machine learning may boost disease hunting, but not everyone’s convinced
Invasive Little Fire Ants have already taken over the Big Island, and now Maui is trying to save itself from a similar fate
Microbeads were shunned for their role in water pollution. Is everyone’s favorite sparkly stuff next?
A podcast exploring whether solar geo-engineering is a viable solution to the climate crisis
Three scientific breakthroughs aim to buy time for reefs threatened by warming waters and disease
New study shows that what moms breathe affects their risk of delivering early
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