This is what climate change looks like, up close and personal. In this town of 403 residents 83 miles above the Arctic Circle, beaches are disappearing, ice is melting, temperatures are rising, and the
Pulling some strings to capture CO2 Rumpelstiltskin may have been able to spin straw into gold, but even he couldn't pull carbon fibers from thin air. Yet that's exactly what researchers at George Washington
An informative the magazine covering the ecological effects from the Fukushima disaster and the mysterious die off's occurring with the wildlife in the Pacific ocean, Specifically the west coast of the United States.
Fukushima’s children are dying June 16, 2014 Some 39 months after the multiple explosions at Fukushima, thyroid cancer rates among nearby children have skyrocketed to more than forty times (40x) normal.
Picture Stories Magnificent. Exceptional. Skilled. Relentless. Powerful. Life-changing. These are just some of the words six National Geographic photographers used when describing lions they had encountered
Researchers have recorded rapid rises in meltwater and alarming rates of glacial retreat, which are accelerating at a pace double that of a decade ago The world’s glaciers are in retreat. The great tongues
Dentist says he thought $50,000 hunt, in which one of country's oldest and most famous lions was killed, was legal. Wildlife officials have accused an American hunter of killing Cecil, one of the oldest
Microsoft’s Windows swansong brings together the best bits of Windows 7 and 8 – and won’t force you to change the way you work Microsoft’s last version of Windows is finally here: Windows 10 is arguably