Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Thu, Dec 18, 2014 2:57 PM
This beach scene looks like a beautiful abstract painting.
Proponents argue that reindeer are a more reliable form of transportation than snowmobiles when it comes to chasing down criminals in the tundra.
The new research aims to debunk the image of volcanoes as 'mountains sitting on top of a giant cauldron of swirling magma.'
There's some great opportunities for planet-viewing this month, so get the telescopes ready!
Grab your binoculars and help scientists study bird populations in the world's longest-running citizen science survey.
A new 4-minute film casts digital humans in real extraterrestrial destinations, guided by the timeless words of Carl Sagan.
Some animals disguise themselves as leaves or sticks, or mimic the look of bigger or poisonous animals. But this moth? This moth disguises itself as something few would ever mess with.
Images from inside the ice caves and a powerful narrative highlight the beauty, scale and impermanence of the Sandy Glacier Cave system in Oregon.
Whatever the mission unearths will help researchers understand the early days of the solar system.
Interpol is calling on the public to help it find fugitives wanted for illegal logging, poaching and other crimes against nature.
Monarch butterflies are a species in peril. But you can do a lot to help them out, including raising and releasing them!
Aerosols from ocean waves can influence climate change, but bacteria in our water may be decreasing the aerosols' effectiveness.
Wolves living on the coastline of the Pacific Northwest have specialized in enough ways to be considered an unofficial subspecies of grey wolf. Conservation photographer April Bencze zeroes in on their lives and needs.
Nitrogen-enhanced grass at golf courses across the country attract these creatures by the hundreds, and one golf club is jumping at the opportunity to study the animals.
Israel’s largest international green energy conference takes place this weekend in Eilat.
Rachel Carson, whose work and writing is credited with forwarding the environmental movement, is someone's whose words can provide both contemplation and inspiration.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.