Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Fri, May 22, 2015 2:50 PM
In addition to making way for ducklings, the newly painted lanes are also meant to help humans slow down and be more polite.
The ice shelf won't contribute to sea level rise, but the glaciers that fed into it will.
Mount St. Helens is still recovering from its fateful 1980 eruption, but thanks to the resiliency and ever-changing nature of our planet, it's already come a long way.
Norwegian artist Andreas Lie creates breathtaking visual images of the natural world.
Enormous great white is giving researchers valuable insight about shark migration, and she even has her own Twitter handle.
Today celebrates the opportunities we still have available to slow the decline of endangered species and reverse our negative impact on the planet. The best part is, you can do something significant right now!
Vampire squirrels? Vampire flying frogs? We label a lot of species with the shiver-inducing denizen of the night, even if they don't suck blood.
Not really! But these photographs will make you think our galaxy faces monster threats!
The beautiful, predatory moonfish can warm its own body, just like mammals and birds.
Why have an expensive energy-sucking dishwasher when you can do it by hand? Because it saves you water and energy.
These beautiful kids' books offer up beauty, mystery, an understanding of the natural world and an appreciation of birds.
Famed soprano, who was training to spend 10 days aboard the International Space Station, cites 'personal family reasons' for the cancellation.
Jeremy and Simon mark the day with a few of their favorite things: swimming, watermelons and, of course, birthday cake.
Astronomers still need to figure out what causes a galaxy to be strangled.
Remember the subprime mortgage bubble? The carbon bubble might be our next $6 trillion nightmare.
These powerful portraits will make you think twice before bringing home a cockatoo or macaw.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.