The environment is truly a thing of beauty and should be protected whenever possible. What can we do to save the environment, and what new technology is available to help us?
You've probably heard of the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer, but do you know the difference?
The Arctic Circle is a region marked by frigid temperatures, strange sunlight and glaciers galore. And for hundreds of thousands of people, it's also home sweet home.
This is not an easy question to answer, thanks to the mists of time. But historians have put forth several possibilities. An ancient tablet claims one king ruled for 28,000 years!
If it looks like a party is on, maybe they'll come back. Playing the sounds of a noisy, healthy coral reef can attract important fish species to devastated reef habitats.
Mountain Lake in Virginia is best known for its starring role in 'Dirty Dancing.' But today, it's nothing more than a muddy pit that's all but dried up ... and geologists think they may know why.
Gondwana was a humongous landmass that persisted for 300 million years before it began to break up, forming all the continents in the modern Southern Hemisphere.
These new devices may be used in the future to absorb more of the sun's energy than today's solar panels are capable of collecting.
Ice stupas are artificial glaciers that store frozen water to be used for hydrating crops in the driest stretches of the year in the high desert of Himalaya.
The Earth is unique in the solar system because its surface is made of moving plates, which may enable the very existence of life.
Cultures all over the world have treasured turquoise for its color and rarity for thousands of years — from Native American jewelry and Aztec and Mesoamerican art to King Tutankhamun's death mask.
California's largest inland lake has essentially become a ticking ecological time bomb. And the clock is running out — fast.
Could solar cells be the asphalt of the 21st century?
Wouldn't it be nice if we could pull CO2 out of thin air and transform it into a fuel that's better for the environment?Now we can.
Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and we are at a defining moment of history. What can you do to make a difference? We've got 10 tips for you.
A group of 21 U.S. kids are taking the government to court for failing to address the climate crisis. Can they possibly win?
Rising sea levels, increased flood and extreme heat are all signs of climate change. Cities are trying some innovate strategies to cope with and mitigate these events.
Scientists are hoping two enzymes are the key to breaking down huge amounts of plastic.
Many scientists believe that humans influence Earth at a rate so massive that a change to the geologic time scale is in order.
Global warming and climate change are terms often treated like synonyms, but they have different meanings. We'll explain the difference and why both are so important to know.
EXXpedition founder Emily Penn will captain the 300, all-female crew in its first Round the World sailing voyage.
The city is planning to be 50 percent greenspace by 2050. Who says you can't take the Tube to a pub in the middle of a national park?
Cobalt is associated with the color blue, but it's so needed for rechargeable batteries that the U.S. put it on the list of minerals it can't live without.
The tree that survived three major extinction events on Earth might be key in helping us understand the climate crisis ahead.
In Africa's Ivory Coast, a group of women saw a need and came together to collect plastic for recycling into bricks to build schools.
Not only do bug zappers mostly kill beneficial insects, they also can serve you up a side of bacteria with your burger.