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Lava Flow Swiftly Approaching Hawaiian Town
For the community of Pāhoa, Hawaii, the lava game is a bit more serious than just avoiding the floor
Coming Soon To A Coast Near You: Vertical Tsunami Shelters
A school in Washington will be the first vertical tsunami shelter in the United States.
Earth’s Magnetic Field Could Flip Faster Than We Thought
'Down' could become the new 'up' within our lifetimes
To Clean Up Oil Spills, Magnetize The Oil First
Physicist Arden Warner's new process uses magnetism instead of toxic chemicals to mop up oil spills
What Will Wisconsin Look Like In The Future?
The "Yahara 2070" project uses science and storytelling to explore four possible scenarios.
What Are Your Picks For The Best In Cli-Fi?
Nominate the best in pop culture about global warming for a "climate fiction" award.
The Great Arctic Melt Opens Up A Lot Of Questions
Can we answer them before it's too late?
New Images From The Deep Ocean
On May 1, NOAA scientists completed a three-week exploration of the ocean floor. Here's a glorious breakdown of what they saw.
Explore The Deep Ocean While You Eat Lunch
Visit shipwrecks, coral reefs, canyons, and more with NOAA researchers as they livestream an expedition from the Gulf of Mexico aboard the Okeanos Explorer.
Can artificial meat save the world?
Traditional chicken, beef, and pork production devours resources and creates waste. Meat-free meat might be the solution.