Because nature lovers are just as diverse as nature itself.
Wind power is one of the most important renewable energy sources for reducing air pollution and climate warming emissions across the planet. Turbine energy has a huge green advantage with a carbon footprint 90 times smaller than coal and 40 times smaller than gas-fired power.
After 17 long years the Brood X cicadas are emerging from the ground to begin their new lifecycle. During CICADA WEEK, check in on some live events in some cicada dense areas of the US. Watch the 24/7 LIVE CICADA CAM starting Monday, May 24 at 9A ET through Sunday, May 30 at 11P ET.
Facing the unusual: NOAA’s latest climate report warns of “longer-term warming,” something all humans should be concerned about.
Extreme weather is one of the most striking ways that people experience climate change. Greenhouse gases emitted by industry and other human activities trap heat in the atmosphere, causing climatic extremes including heat waves, droughts, storms and flooding. In 2020, extreme weather events caused damage in excess of $100 billion.
In some of the more remote regions of Alaska, electricity can sometimes be hard to come by. One resort, however, has turned to geothermal energy to completely power itself.
It’s easy to think of a wildlife photographer on assignment and picture the epic and exotic moments of migrations on the African Serengeti, bison standing tall on the grasslands of Yellowstone National Park or millions of migrating snow geese moving from the arctic to their winter roost thousands of miles south, but there is an equally incredible story taking place right in every backyard.
Scientists have successfully created the first human-monkey chimera to further understand early human development.
The short-nosed sea snake was recently rediscovered in the ocean’s twilight zone, 200 feet below the surface. Scientists are furthering their research with genetic testing.
Wolves, bears, and porcupines are just some of the animals that can be found at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.
This story begins like any good Godzilla flick: the unsuspecting scientist, perfectly specialized for their twist of fate, does something mundane. Then ‘BOOM!’ the monster appears--in this case the Godzilla shark.
Do you hear it? If you live in the Eastern U.S., it's likely the noisy entrance of the cicadas from Brood X as they emerge for the first time in 17 years.
Saving the world is not an easy job, but cutting greenhouse gas emissions and limiting climate change is action the planet urgently needs, say scientists.
A group of surfers in the Maldives has joined forces with grassroot activists and conservation groups in an attempt to protect surf on the paradisiacal island.
There are less than 10 wild red wolves left in the world and there’s a fierce battle going on to save them. The wolves, a rare red species, are only found in North Carolina, despite having once roamed throughout the eastern and south central US.