A chemist flies through smoke plumes to better understand global warming
A community restores vitality to a superfund site in New York City
Cows munching grass instead of corn could cut nitrogen pollution
An all-renewable future isn’t as far away as you might think
Probably not, but it can store energy in the form of ice, which is pretty cool
The debris littering this historic island is just a tiny part of a global littering problem
Even animals that live far from humans are developing resistance to antibiotics, alarming puzzled researchers
Steph Yin • December 3, 2014
It’s tempting to view natural history dioramas as pure representations of fact — but these displays may be shaped by cultural assumptions and theatrical urges
The Mountain Pine Beetle kills trees and paints them blue from Mexico to Canada
Housefly larvae help scrub antibiotics from manure at factory farms
A new guide may help rangers stop the invasion of the Galapagos Islands.
If you want people to conserve, you’re going to have to convince…me
Bike activists are shaping urban design in the Big Apple
Old drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico house a surprising bounty, if we can figure out how to preserve them safely.
Are tree waters environmentally sustainable, good for your health, or just simply delicious?