Oil and gas exploration off the coast of Alaska and in the Gulf of Mexico will move forward.
The MADE shows a new way to exhibit technology.
New media is looking more and more like old media.
Thanks to a small group of Silicon Valley’s satellite startups, we may never look at our planet again the same way.
It’s not enough to let the market handle it or depend on geo-engineering.
It depends on how you define “drought.”
In August 1991, Astronauts Shannon Lucid and James C. Adamson sent the first email from space from Shuttle Atlantis on…
A new study suggests that measuring an activity makes it less enjoyable.
The dislike button is finally here, but under a different name.
And they’re using a brand new A.I. technique and a whole lot of computing power to do it.
Umberto Eco, the Italian intellectual, died on Friday at the age of 84. He was a best-selling novelist, a medievalist…
And other news from the Earth system
Even without the Clean Power Plan, dozens of White House environmental regulations are still shifting energy use.
A sudden vacancy scrambles the prospects for the administration’s climate-change rules.
The Clean Power Plan is in bad shape, but the planet might not be.
And college graduates know a lot of people who use Tinder or OkCupid.
The move raises the stakes of the presidential election for those concerned about global warming.
The U.S. Supreme Court halts a major EPA regulation Tuesday as lower courts deliberate its future.
The satirist Karl Sharro has designed a building using only journalistic and political clichés. It’s a perfect storm and dizzying…
“Space travel is how a technical, globally organized civilization makes art together.”