Jillian Mock • December 12, 2018
Airborne dust is a climate force to be reckoned with — only scientists aren’t sure whether it’s helping cool down or warm up the planet.
Nina Pullano • December 6, 2018
In forests, birds flock to find food. On farms with trees — not so much, a new study says
Passant Rabie • December 5, 2018
Climate change is a lead suspect
Donavyn Coffey • November 19, 2018
Plants have never experienced where our climate is going — one researcher wants to prepare them for the worst.
Tara Santora • November 9, 2018
Arctic activities could hurt polar bears, but it won’t matter if sea ice keeps melting
Charlie Wood • October 15, 2018
They’re proving that energy can be cheap as well as green
Lexi Krupp • July 23, 2018
With just two wolves left, Rolf Peterson is pushing for a genetic rescue. He’s about to get it
Charlie Wood • July 20, 2018
Did early humans jump-start global warming?
Lucy Hicks • July 11, 2018
A deadly banana fungus has spread across Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Australia. Is Latin America next?
Chloe Williams • July 9, 2018
Botanical conservation and linguistic preservation go hand-in-hand on the remote island nation of Vanuatu
Jen Monnier • July 4, 2018
How a fiction novelist has chosen optimism when writing about climate change
Chloe Williams • July 2, 2018
More people feast on weeds in the city than you think — dodging dog pee, tainted soil and poison plants. What could go wrong?
Charlie Wood • June 29, 2018
How Nicole Davi reads climate history in Mongolian tree rings
Chloe Williams • June 25, 2018
Kerissa Battle’s enthusiasm for nature is contagious. She’s getting New Yorkers outdoors to track climate change
Nell Durfee • June 6, 2018
Well-intentioned recyclers are trying to keep tons of clothing out of landfills. It’s not enough