19 Nov 2019

Nature Is So Good for You That Even Watching It On TV Improves Well-Being

Humans have long intuited that being in nature is good for the mind and body.

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14 Nov 2019

State Of The Earth 2019: Red Alert

The State of the Earth is not an annual message that we look forward to.

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29 Jul 2019

How The Maths Of Network Resilience Could Help Us Preserve At-Risk Ecosystems

Ecosystems are networks so intricate that their survival or collapse is extremely difficult to predict.

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25 Jul 2019

Digital Earth: The Paradigm Now Shaping Our World’s Data Cities

Today’s smart cities rely on networks: squillions of semiconductor devices that constantly pulse electromagnetic waves

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06 May 2019

Forget The Anthropocene: We’ve Entered The Synthetic Age

One fact about our time is becoming increasingly well-known. No matter how far you travel,

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02 Aug 2018

If Energy Becomes Free In The Future, How Will That Affect Our Lives?

Technology is making the cost of many things trend towards zero. Things we used to

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29 Jun 2018

Cities Offer Hope For Saving Native Species

The rapid conversion of natural lands to cement-dominated urban centers is causing great losses in

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24 Apr 2018

What People Get Wrong About Climate Change

When discussing climate change, it’s not about saving the planet. 195 countries just made a

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14 Dec 2017

Three Enlightenment About Earth From Astronauts

“My first view of Earth happened a few seconds after launch,” says scientist Helen Sharman,

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07 Dec 2017

Why The Future Is Uncertain For Earth’s Island Worlds

The future is uncertain for Earth’s incredible island worlds The Earth is a blue planet

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24 Jul 2017

Project West Ford: Earth’s Artificial Ring

In the summer of 1963, the United States successfully put a gigantic ring around the

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28 Mar 2017

The 10 Maps Of Exquisite Beauty And Elegance

During much of history, maps were designed as much for beauty and display as for

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20 Feb 2017

The Top 5 US States Who Gives A Damn About Our Planet

Across the nation, Americans are going green – and they’re heading online for more information.

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13 Oct 2016

Space Trekking: What The Future Holds For Interplanetary Travel

Is interplanetary travel possible? — It has been talked about and dreamt of before by

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22 Apr 2016

10 Habits To Start On Earth Day Instead Of Just Celebrating Earth Day

Happy Earth Day! As we celebrate Earth Day today there are different activities all over

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22 Apr 2016

Why We Earth Day: Then. Now. Future.

Earth Day is an annual celebration that honors the achievements of the environmental movement and

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07 Sep 2015

How Earth Will Evolve 10,000 Years From Now

Climate change means the end of our world, but the beginning of another—one with a

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27 Aug 2015

How Can We Live Within The Means Of Our Planet?

We are used to hearing that if everyone lived in the same way as North

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21 Jul 2015

Where We Should And Shouldn’t Build Roads In The Future

“Road Map” shows where economic benefits from roads are as high as the danger they

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08 Jun 2015

The 9 Limits Of Our Planet & How We’ve Raced Past 4 Of Them

Johan Rockström says humanity has already raced past four of the nine boundaries keeping our

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09 May 2015

Cities Save The Earth From Humanity

Can humans grow enough food, produce enough energy and still preserve some of the last

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22 Apr 2015

365 Days Of Earth CO2 Emissions

The gas that’s got Earth in a chokehold can be beautiful—in a damning sort of

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18 Apr 2015

When Humans Started To Rule The Planet

A new study argues it happened all the way back when we invented farming. Signs

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27 Mar 2015

Humanity’s Impact On Earth : 30 Years In A Blink Of An Eye

Since the 1970s, NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey have been amassing satellite images of

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