What Is Hogweed, the Invading Plant That Burns and Blinds? loading...
What Is Hogweed, the Invading Plant That Burns and Blinds?
The striking plant was brought to North America to decorate gardens and arboretums, but now officials are working to wipe it out.
Marine Protected Areas Are Important. But Are They Working? loading...
Marine Protected Areas Are Important. But Are They Working?
The world won't meet international ocean conservation targets by 2020, so a team of scientists is looking at what's next for saving our seas.
Why Jack Johnson Sailed The Sargasso Sea Searching For Plastic loading...
Why Jack Johnson Sailed The Sargasso Sea Searching For Plastic
The artist and surfer, who grew up in Hawaii, is driving awareness of ocean pollution.
Why This Huge Full Moon Seems to Be Falling From the Sky loading...
Why This Huge Full Moon Seems to Be Falling From the Sky
A video taken near a volcano may look like Hollywood at work, but it’s really a great example of how science can mess with your mind.
Hurricanes Are Moving Slower—And That's a Huge Problem loading...
Hurricanes Are Moving Slower—And That's a Huge Problem
When tropical cyclones slow, they drop far more rain, sparking even more devastating floods. Future climate change is expected to slow them still more.
Reducing Plastic as a Family Is Easy. Here's How. loading...
Reducing Plastic as a Family Is Easy. Here's How.
Choosing a cone, instead of a cup, for your ice cream is one fun tip.
Why Guatemala's Volcano Is Deadlier Than Hawaii's loading...
Why Guatemala's Volcano Is Deadlier Than Hawaii's
More than two dozen were killed by the Fuego volcano's eruption, and experts fear more danger could come.
Oldest European Tree Found—And It's Having a Growth Spurt loading...
Oldest European Tree Found—And It's Having a Growth Spurt
A Heldreich's pine discovered in southern Italy has been thriving in a remote part of a national park for 1,230 years.
No, Hawaii's Volcano Won't Trigger a Mega-Tsunami loading...
No, Hawaii's Volcano Won't Trigger a Mega-Tsunami
Here are all the ways the Hawaiian eruption won't cause problems, according to experts.
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