Learn about Earth's biodiversity and natural resources. Plus: Explore national parks and state wilderness areas.
As you zip down the highway, take a closer look at the shrubbery and grass. This roadside greenery soaks up a lot of carbon, and with better management, it could soak up a lot more.
A drop in biodiversity before the asteroid hit serves as 'cautionary tale' for humans and our effect on the ecosystem.
This 12-square-mile island has a population of less than 900 people, and it's exactly where you want to go when touring the Aran Islands.
The controversy around the amount of sea ice is due to the dataset that scientists have used for the past few years as their baseline possibly being wrong.
By running water over-dried cubes of sandstone, scientists were able to see how the rocks held up weight using fewer and fewer grains of sand.
A new initiative in India will employ up to 300,000 youths in an effort to improve air quality and provide opportunities to the unemployed.
Researchers speculate that these islands formed after the tsunami that battered Japan in 2011 swept items into the ocean.
If humans were wiped out, who would rise up to take our place? Rats? Pigs? Or something else?
The mining project, one of the largest ever conceived, could hold $500 billion in gold and copper.
Whether you focus on the geological history or the folkloric history of Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland, you'll come to the same conclusion: this is one strange and amazing place.
The gaping 260-foot-wide hole was spotted in an area of Siberia known as 'the end of the world.'
Patterns show the influence of nature and cultural history, such as farm towns gridded west of Minneapolis, or how cities like Berlin spread out like sea stars.
In California, overwatering your lawn isn't just an objectionable act ... it's a criminal one.
Sharks? Snakes? Bears? Which animal do you think is deadliest to humans? It's not what you think.
Here is one amazing way to soak up the beauty of a sunset.
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