Environment

Science
Climate change is robbing us of this one amazing part of nature
Simon Butler and Catriona Morrison
Science
A 14,000-year-old organism is being literally eaten alive by deer
Richard Elton Walton
Science
Climate change is bringing destructive new invaders to Antarctica
Dana M Bergstrom and Shavawn Donoghue
Mind and Body
Is too much seafood bad for you? New study challenges mercury link
Nick Keppler
Mind and Body
The psychological reason you’re too sad to read the news
Neill Fitzpatrick
Culture
3,500 years ago in ancient Egypt, this basic material was treasure
Carolyn Wilke and Knowable Magazine
Science
Is planting trees good for cities? Why this question misses an essential truth
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Look: 7 incredible views into the mysterious lives of butterflies
Jennifer Walter
Science
Does nature have legal rights? The answer is not as simple as you think
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Mysterious Chernobyl fungus could protect future astronauts
Scott Alan Johnston
Science
A 418-year-old revelation could light up future cities
Kurt Kleiner and Knowable Magazine
Innovation
Cars will soon be essential for powering your home. Here’s why.
Tom Stacey and Ying Xie
Science
Why most the boring garden plant might also be critical to biodiversity
Katarina Zimmer
Innovation
Scientists accidentally discover a new mineral from deep inside Earth
Sarah Wells
Science
Will primates become extinct? 7 experts explain the looming threat
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
COP26: 11 results that could reverse the climate crisis, really
Tara Yarlagadda
Innovation
Fastest electric cars 2021: Top speed and 0-60 for the best EVs in the world
Jordan Golson
Science
An obscure Darwin idea could be key to solving the climate crisis
Rob MacKenzie and Christine Foyer
Science
First Lucy mission photo and more: Understand the world through 8 images
Bryan Lawver
Science
Listen: This is how honeybees defend themselves from murder hornet attacks
Jennifer Walter
Science
Look: 6 stunning images from Landsat 9, NASA’s new Earth-monitoring satellite
Jennifer Walter
Mind and Body
Maybe this city really is making you depressed: A new study explains
Nick Lucchesi
Mind and Body
Scientists reveal a complex link between air pollution and depression
Nick Keppler
Science
3 methods moths use to avoid becoming tasty bat treats
Lesley Evans Ogden and Knowable Magazine
Science
Whale poop study reveals its surprising role in the ocean ecosystem
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
Mind games: How disasters caused by climate change are causing PTSD
Nick Lucchesi
Science
Climate crisis: 6 resilient cities using infrastructure to beat the heat
Jennifer Walter
Innovation
Deceptively powerful moonshot tech could bring clean water to billions
Sarah Wells
Science
Study: One side-effect of capitalism caused millions of premature deaths
Tara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body
In wildfire country, PTSD dominates burned-out communities: “Nothing could go back to normal.”
Tara Yarlagadda
Innovation
Ford Bronco DR: The perfect truck for one type of person
Jordan Golson
Science
Scientists find a mind-bending link between sea ice loss and U.S. wildfires
Anuradha Varanasi
Culture
How a 3,000-year-old wave of innovation shaped the world
Peter Turchin
Science
Hidden atmospheric rivers in the sky are fueled by climate change
Tom Corringham
Science
Animals are throwing away DNA during reproduction, and we don’t know why
Alla Katsnelson
Science
5 times scientists actually revived the living dead
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Look: 7 surprising species that are masters of deception
Jennifer Walter
Science
COP26: The UN climate conference that will decide our planet’s future
Tara Yarlagadda
Innovation
These 3 massive tech changes could radically alter the college experience
Patricia A. Young
Science
890-million-year-old fossil sparks a radical theory about life
Elizabeth C. Turner
Culture
The rise of the vampire: How diseases may have led to Dracula
Stanley Stepanic
Science
Walking trees and cloning ferns: Meet the world's weirdest plants
Francis Hallé
Culture
Chaos theory: Why your weather app can’t predict next month’s weather
Mitchell Newberry
Science
International E-Waste Day 2021: 6 shocking facts about the electronics we trash
Jennifer Walter
Science
Scientists predict the year polar bears will disappear from this part of the world
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Look: 3 images reveal the year when Earth becomes inhospitable to humans
Christopher Lyon, Alex Dunhill, Andrew P. Beckerman, Ariane Burke, Bethany Allen, Chris Smith, Daniel J. Hill, Erin Saupe, James McKay and Julien Riel-Salvatore
Science
2021 Nobel Prizes and beyond: 8 discoveries shaping the future of science
Jennifer Walter
Science
Look: Map reveals what cities are at risk of deadly urban heat
Bryan Lawver
Science
A Yucatan forest “trapped in time” reveals why an ancient threat can get worse
Tara Yarlagadda
Science
Do your pets know when an earthquake is about to happen?
Anne Quain