Something has to give—and that something would appear more significant than those with the power to stimulate change are willing to admit.
Many young people feel they have too much at stake to wait for our leaders to get their act together and take meaningful action on climate change. It’s being termed the Children’s Climate Crusade.
Nutritious wild greens await your dinner table. Randall Bonner is going to help you harvest nettles without the dreaded sting.
Speak to someone working in conservation, almost anywhere in the world, and there is a good chance that Gerald Durrell played some role in inspiring them to their future career.
Horses have very powerful senses of hearing and smell that exceed those of any dog.
The world loses three rhinos a day and an elephant every 15 minutes. Simply stated, this is an unsustainable situation.
Meet Louis Michaud, a retired engineer with a tornado machine
At about 10 a.m. on January 17th, an oil pipeline in Billings, Montana spilled over 50,000 gallons of oil into the Yellowstone River near Glendive.
Matthew Rozsa reminds us that man-made global warming is a fact, and we as a species need to grow up and take responsibility.
Our understanding of wilderness and its usefulness has changed over the last century as science has revealed its significance for biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services.
The coming year promises to be another good one for meteor buffs, so here’s a guide on what to expect and how best to enjoy nature’s own firework displays.
After a year living in the heat and humidity of Indonesia, Matt Williams is glad to be back home on the coast of Norfolk.
When the darkness of negative emotions hangs heavy, there are few things that lift those clouds better than getting out into nature.
A team of scientists, in a groundbreaking analysis of data from hundreds of sources, has concluded that humans are on the verge of causing unprecedented damage to the oceans and the animals living in them.
Tracing the deluge at the end of an ice age through oral tradition.