Tiny U.S. Island is Drowning. Residents Deny the Reason loading...
Tiny U.S. Island is Drowning. Residents Deny the Reason
Water will one day swamp historic Tangier Island, in the Chesapeake Bay. But its inhabitants argue that it's erosion, not climate change.
Watch: Sea Cucumbers Are The Ocean’s Vacuum Cleaners loading...
Watch: Sea Cucumbers Are The Ocean’s Vacuum Cleaners
By simply eating and digesting food, these squishy sea creatures help keep the ocean clean and resilient, even fighting climate change.
This Man Has Lived Off the Grid For 20 Years—Here's How loading...
This Man Has Lived Off the Grid For 20 Years—Here's How
“We want to be that average American icon that says, ‘You can do this.’”
Beavers—Once Nearly Extinct—Could Help Fight Climate Change loading...
Beavers—Once Nearly Extinct—Could Help Fight Climate Change
Beaver ponds keep rivers and streams wet all year, compensating for less snowpack and glacial melt. We just need to stay out of their way.
We Know West Antarctica Is Melting. Is the East In Danger, Too? loading...
We Know West Antarctica Is Melting. Is the East In Danger, Too?
For years, scientists thought that icy, remote East Antarctic glaciers were stable. But that may no longer be the case.
Biodiversity Is In Free Fall. Here’s How We Can Fix It. loading...
Biodiversity Is In Free Fall. Here’s How We Can Fix It.
The tropics are Earth's life support system. Start there.
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