Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Fri, Apr 17, 2015 4:05 PM
Putting astronauts into short-term hibernation could make space travel more efficient.
Shifts in coffee farming have left some birds struggling for homes and food.
Billionaire philanthropist and former mayor says he's 'doubling down' on efforts to reduce carbon emissions and to replace half the nation's coal with clean energy by 2017.
A photographer snapped a photo of the bizarre incident, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says the picture is real.
Whether it's on Mars or an icy moon near Jupiter, NASA is sure that life is out there.
Large-scale tree-planting projects, abandoned farmland help balance out rain forest destruction.
From the banana wrasse to the fried egg jellyfish, take a look at this veritable smorgasbord of animals with food-inspired names.
Capable of growing to the length of a sperm whale, these bizarre colonial organisms swim via jet propulsion and can glow when touched.
No, we aren't playing tricks on you — these animals exist.
From dens and dams to nests and colonies, PBS 'Nature' series deconstructs animal dwellings.
Since this galaxy is going to merge with our own in four billion years, we might as well get to know it a little bit better!
The lizards' unique colorization allows them to blend in well to their rain forest habitat.
Ants that snack on our sugary trash end up with the same chemical signature bodies that we do. Luckily for the ants, they won't develop diabetes.
These exotic creatures may not look like they’re from around here, but they are.
Just a 3-degree change in temperature caused crop failure, starvation, riots, mass migration and a whole lot of pain.
Several well-intentioned people have recently moved the terrestrial reptiles into the ocean, mistaking them for sea turtles.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.