It’s not just about politics; it’s about preparing the next generation workforce for the inevitable explosion of the clean-tech economy.
Ben Chancey was fishing for giant grouper off the Florida coast, and got a lot more than he bargained for.
How do we live with the fact that the world we knew is going and, in some cases, already gone?
To celebrate Earth Day, our friends at ViewFind picked some of their favorite photography showcasing our planet's diverse and astonishing beauty.
Big cats, however tame they might seem, are still wild animals, and wild animals don't always follow the rules of a nature park.
"It's become already the most destructive and most costly insect ever to invade North America."
Two things to know about the pine processionary moth caterpillar: 1) They move around in huge nose-to-rump lines, with up to 300 caterpillars; and 2) Their hairs will cause you a great deal of distress, so hands off.
Climate change can be overwhelming. Data viz can help.
Rising sea level is transforming the coastline and causing iconic beaches to disappear.
The administration's rejection of the science on chlorpyrifos, widely used in California's Central Valley, means its use will continue — and Latino residents are worried their children's health issues will worsen along with it.
We're not really sure what pure indicia or sativa even is.
Climate change is altering the environment in ways that increase the potential for viruses like Zika.
Eight countries control land in the Arctic Circle. Five have coastlines to defend. The temperature is rising. The ice is melting. The race for newly accessible resources is beginning. And Russia is gaining ground.
Not only does "Mr. Trash Wheel" clean the water, but the trash it collects is then incinerated to provide electricity for nearby houses. We love you, Mr. Trash Wheel.
First and foremost: make it about anything but climate change.
Somehow "poking the deadly wild animal with a stick" doesn't seem like the best option here.
A mysterious kidney disease is striking down laborers across the world and climate change is making it worse.
The image of this poor soul helplessly flopping around on this obstacle course will stick with us for a few days. But the camera guy's incredible laugh will be with us for a lifetime.
Gewoon blijven proberen!
Scientists were thrilled to finally get their hands on a live giant shipworm specimen, and honestly we have no idea why.
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