There’s a simple trick to provoking better behavior, without seeming like a self-righteous jerk.
William Saville-Kent was a pioneering coral photographer. Was he also hiding a grisly secret?
But don’t excuse him either.
In nearly a century, only twice have dodo remains come up for auction.
Even in one of the world’s richest countries, humans have a hard time coexisting with wolves.
A new pop-up book imagines how Chicago’s ecosystem might evolve in a world with fewer humans.
For these vulnerable animals, survival may take more than just budding.
Even non-threatening activities like hiking are changing creatures’ sleep cycles.
As a reporter covering the environment, I'm all too aware of what the next 50 years could hold. As a 9-year-old, she's not—and for now, she wants to stay that way.
A killer fungus could be changing. Or the frogs themselves could be evolving.
Students are protesting Reed College’s foundational humanities curriculum. What they may be missing is that core texts are just a starting point.
Scientists have a history of using political attacks to galvanize support for reform.
Bison aren’t the only animals that roam.
The metal tools have saved many lives since the 1500s, but they’ve also come to reflect slow progress in women’s health care.
While climate change didn’t help, human inaction ultimately allowed the species to die.
Its benefits might be a form of privilege.
A musician translated the changing ecology of a forest into song.
The 200-year-old novel is a testament to the innovation that can spring from environmental disaster.
Runoff from old mines poisons Colorado’s rivers. Why are enviro groups trying to stop locals from cleaning them up?