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Covering 322,000 square miles, the U.K.'s new marine reserve in the Pacific represents a huge victory for biodiversity campaigners. (And fish.)
Han Son Doong is known for its swift underground river, vast caverns, cloudy micro-climate, fossilized passageways and, most of all, the jungle that grows within it!
A new time-lapse video offers an appropriately retro tribute to flower power.
The waters are feeding areas for endangered blue whales, humpback whales, sharks, salmon and seabirds.
New $5 million grant will help attract volunteers, but would that money be better spent on programs?
These urban centers have parks, programs and communities where wildlife can thrive.
The beginnings of the Anthropocene Era may not have occurred with the agricultural or industrial revolutions as previously theorized.
Lichens are not what you think they are. Not plant, not fungus — they are one of a kind.
The new study also confirmed that various methods of monitoring sea, ranging from satellite observations to on-the-ground measurements, tend to be equally reliable gauges of sea ice loss.
First-time contender Estonia scores big (with no shade thrown) in the fifth annual contest.
One of the country's most active volcanoes began its eruption well before dawn, forcing the evacuation of nearby villages.
What's the difference between moss, lichen and fungi? And how do you tell them apart?
New Cornell University study shows that while cities would fall quickly, sparsely populated areas would have months to plan and prepare.
This simple quote will recenter you, no matter how frazzled or out of place you feel.
Researchers used powerful spectrometers to monitor and track how much infrared radiation was being trapped inside the Earth's atmosphere.
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