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2 striking photos taken just over a year apart show how Greta Thunberg’s climate strike inspired millions
One year and one month ago, Greta Thunberg began her lonely climate change demonstrations at Swedish parliament. On Friday she was joined by millions.
A tropical storm is flooding Texas with up to 43 inches of rain, just 2 weeks after Hurricane Dorian. Here’s why storms are getting stronger, sl...
Officials say flooding from Imelda is worse than that of Hurricane Harvey. Climate change is making storms stronger, wetter, and more frequent.
Greta Thunberg has met with world leaders, led climate strikes, sailed across the Atlantic, and been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.
North America has lost nearly 3 billion birds in the last 50 years — another sign that we’re in the middle of a 6th mass extinction
A new study found that there's been a 29% decline in bird populations in the US and Canada since 1970.
The US does not have ‘the world’s cleanest and safest air,’ as Trump has claimed. These are the 8 states with the worst air pollutio...
The US ranks 10th worldwide when it comes to air quality. Within the US, California has the worst air pollution.
In the event of a killer asteroid, volcanic apocalypse, or nuclear holocaust, mushrooms could save humanity from extinction
Human survivors of an apocalyptic catastrophe could start a new food system with mushrooms. The other food options might not be as appetizing.
Germany’s considering a new tax on meat — but it might not be a model for Democrats who want Americans to eat fewer hamburgers
German politicians are considering a controversial tax on meat to boost animal welfare, fight climate change, and improve human health.
Here are seven places that have been negatively impacted by cruise ships, and how they're working to recover.
The best wildlife photos taken this year reveal a hippo murder, a hungry leopard seal, and a weevil ensnared by zombie fungus
The front-runners in the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest showcase human-animal interactions and animals' struggles to get a decent meal.
Less than half of Americans say they are prepared for a disaster. Here's what to remember if one strikes.