12 things we learned about climate change this month.
Researchers wonder how much climate change is fueling killer algae around the world.
Why summer 2018 saw wildfires, power outages, and buckling roads and railways.
Nature doesn't wait for June 1.
The nuclear meltdown killed most animals in the area, but now nature is thriving.
The public comment period ends April 15.
It was an extreme year.
Five things we should remember from this season's destruction.
Despite mostly positive changes, a scientific assessment of the Montreal Protocol shows how we still need to do better.
A state-by-state breakdown of policies that could change your community.
A wire photographer gets ready to cover Florence.
Rivers flood regularly during hurricanes, but get less attention than coastlines
This is not a storm to take lightly.
5 questions answered.
A power boost for Formula E.
Photography is only a small part of volcano monitoring.
Creating future Olympic venues requires thinking about how they will be used far into the future.
And just how bad is it?
We asked you to show us your best nature photos, and you delivered! Here are some of our faves.
Climate change is likely a factor
Scientists may finally put some of the basic principles to the test in 2018—and not everyone is happy about that
Stockton Rush is kind of like the Jeff Bezos of the ocean
The space agency does crucial research on our own planet
This luminous display means that changes are afoot