Spring isn't the only time of year the gardens are worth visiting.
Two events in Cameroon are the only recorded instances of limnic eruptions. Scientists are trying to prevent a third.
Who wants to buy a round of wastewater brews for the gang?
Katsushika Hokusai's ‘The Great Wave off Kanagawa’ gracefully distills the power of the ocean into a two-dimensional image that's as deceptively simple as it is mesmerizing.
Over the past decade or so, the spotted lanternfly has become one of the most notorious invasive species in the United States. Here’s how it got here, how to spot it—and most importantly, how to kill it.
There are several techniques firefighters use to put fires out quickly, completely, and safely.
If you’re in the red on AirNow’s air quality map, you should stay inside.
Canadian wildfires have caused air quality alerts to go into effect across the U.S. Here’s how to stay safe.
Loop Biotech's eco-friendly mushroom coffins are designed to decompose.
This color-coded earthquake risk map can help you determine your chances of feeling seismic activity in your area.
Planting native flowers, shrubs, and trees instead of ornamentals or plain grass around your home has a number of long-term environmental benefits.
Civil engineer Siswanti Zuraida built a concrete structure using diapers that would otherwise sit in a landfill for decades, making for a literal brick sh-t house.
When it comes to rescuing endangered species, progress is an ongoing effort—but these plants and animals have made successful comebacks.
Once you’ve learned a few key things about your garden, you’ll know how often you should grab a hose and start watering.
It wasn't surprising when an oil slick on the Cuyahoga River caught fire on the morning of June 22, 1969. It wasn’t even the first time it happened.
High temperatures, low humidity, and lots of wind are prime red flag warning weather.
Benjamin Grant’s Overview: A New Perspective of Earth stitches together satellite images to show our planet as we’ve never seen it before.
Our planet is spinning more than 1000 mph at the equator while simultaneously zipping through space at 67,000 mph.
Every year on April 22, trees are planted, litter is cleaned up, and awareness for the issues plaguing the planet are raised.