Out in California’s Mojave Desert is the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility, a controversial power plant that looks like something out of a sci-fi movie.
Some brands are exploiting consumers’ goodwill with greenwashing, marketing tricks that make unsustainable products seem eco-friendly.
Is our scientific and technological advancement enough to save us from going the way of the dinosaurs?
From carving gigantic triangles into the Siberian forest to beaming a Doritos commercial, scientists have tried everything to explain what humans are to aliens.
If there’s a high probability of extraterrestrial intelligent life, why haven’t we been contacted by them yet? This question is known as the Fermi paradox.
Nature deficit disorder is linked to major public health issues and the climate crisis. Here’s how to get more nature in your life.
While it may not look like much from the ground, the Richat Structure (also known as the Eye of the Sahara) is absolutely breathtaking when viewed from space.
Keystone XL was finally stopped but 2.5 million miles of pipeline still threaten communities across the U.S. Here’s why the fight to stop the pipelines matters & what you can do.
If the dramatic lifestyle changes resulting in quarantines and social distancing taken in 2020 has proven anything it has reminded how much people need to interact with others and be a part of the environment to thrive.
“Humans are space orcs” sounds like a crazy conspiracy theory but it’s actually a philosophy of human existence. Here’s how to use it in your own observations of humanity.
I’ve become a bit jaded to the eccentricities of the internet and very few things surprise me. However, I recently began to come across the phrase “humans are space orcs” quite a bit, and I was immediately intrigued.
Every year on April 22, people around the world celebrate Earth Day as a chance to talk about the greatest threats to our planet and how we might solve them. It was one of the earliest efforts in the United States to increase the political will of our country to actually stop this looming threat. […]
Kangaroo Island, which sits a few miles off the coast of South Australia, is widely renowned by the scientific community as an ecological haven. Separated from the mainland around 10,000 years ago by rising seas, the island environment has facilitated the evolution of species that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. The terrain […]
When you see an ant crawling around your kitchen, you probably don’t give much thought as to whether it’s an organism or not. It’s got six legs, two little antennae, and a body. Of course it’s an organism, right? While ants are still considered organisms all on their own, the highly intricate social systems within […]