Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Fri, Mar 27, 2015 4:12 PM
More than 7,000 cities in 172 countries are expected to take part in the 1-hour event on Saturday.
Only discovered in 1976, the megamouth shark is one of a kind, scientifically speaking.
Researchers discovered the solar and architectural oddity thanks to data from Google Earth satellites.
Increased renewables, decreased emissions and falling energy prices — Germany's ambitious energy transition plan may be starting to pay off.
While still 126 million miles away from Pluto, the spacecraft is on target to zoom by the dwarf planet's surface from 8,500 miles away.
The work of Elena Shumilova is the perfect embodiment of the Danish concept, "hygge," which roughly translates to "coziness."
Animal therapy programs show that hens can reduce loneliness, especially in the elderly.
An exclusive look at how the cast and crew respectfully worked with a live alligator on set.
Scientists aren't sure what's responsible for the planet's impressive rings or how old the rings might be.
Scientists hope that the Hubble and the James Webb Space Telescope will be able to look at the same places in space and provide complementary, more detailed data.
This quote by Debashis Dey adds a silver lining to your life when you're blue.
The space agency's 2016 budget proposal will help it to 'reach for new heights' in space exploration.
PBS series tells inspiring stories of the interactions between humans and nature.
Game cameras give us a view into what happens in the woods when the sun goes down.
Lowland marmots face an incredible amount of pressure on Feb. 2. Just ask Jimmy the Groundhog of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.
These night fliers are creatures of myth and mystery. And yet they're an invaluable part of ecosystems worldwide. Test your knowledge of these fascinating creatures.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.