This year, Earth Day leads the call for greater action in tackling the climate crisis.
Humans have long intuited that being in nature is good for the mind and body.
The State of the Earth is not an annual message that we look forward to.
Ecosystems are networks so intricate that their survival or collapse is extremely difficult to predict.
Today’s smart cities rely on networks: squillions of semiconductor devices that constantly pulse electromagnetic waves
One fact about our time is becoming increasingly well-known. No matter how far you travel,
Technology is making the cost of many things trend towards zero. Things we used to
The rapid conversion of natural lands to cement-dominated urban centers is causing great losses in
When discussing climate change, it’s not about saving the planet. 195 countries just made a
“My first view of Earth happened a few seconds after launch,” says scientist Helen Sharman,
The future is uncertain for Earth’s incredible island worlds The Earth is a blue planet
In the summer of 1963, the United States successfully put a gigantic ring around the
During much of history, maps were designed as much for beauty and display as for
Across the nation, Americans are going green – and they’re heading online for more information.
Is interplanetary travel possible? — It has been talked about and dreamt of before by
Happy Earth Day! As we celebrate Earth Day today there are different activities all over
Earth Day is an annual celebration that honors the achievements of the environmental movement and
Climate change means the end of our world, but the beginning of another—one with a
We are used to hearing that if everyone lived in the same way as North
“Road Map” shows where economic benefits from roads are as high as the danger they
Johan Rockström says humanity has already raced past four of the nine boundaries keeping our
Can humans grow enough food, produce enough energy and still preserve some of the last
The gas that’s got Earth in a chokehold can be beautiful—in a damning sort of
A new study argues it happened all the way back when we invented farming. Signs