Even though Marca Engman read countless books, watched YouTube videos and took a beekeeping class before installing her first hive in 2012, she knew she'd need help in the field. "The whole idea of beekeeping
The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape your behavior. Swapping one word for another could make all the difference in how you approach your goals.
Happiness. Such a simple word. Such an important word. Happiness matters for everyone, even if what it means varies from person to person. Despite the differences in what defines happiness for each person,
Refresh your space to inspire personal growth this season. For feng shui expert Laura Carrillo, her space-planning services go beyond organizing and decorating a home — as she says, feng shui is a lot
When it comes to getting rich, the formula is simple: Spend less and save more. That's easier said than done. To save a considerable amount of money, you have to make more than an intermittent effort.
The Montreal Protocol, enacted in 1987, put controls on use of aerosol CFCs. “The Montreal Protocol is working,” says chemist Mario Molina, who shared the Nobel Prize for his work on the effects of chlorofluorocarbons
Tackling climate change is a complicated undertaking, to say the least. But here’s a good rule of thumb for how to get started: Electrify everything. Replace technologies that still run on combustion,
Cyclone brings flooding to central and southern parts of the country. Typhoon Malakas has hit southern Japan, bringing damaging winds and flooding rain. Malakas made landfall on the island of Kyushu around
NORFOLK, Va. — Huge vertical rulers are sprouting beside low spots in the streets here, so people can judge if the tidal floods that increasingly inundate their roads are too deep to drive through. Five
Lack of access to safe water in the war-torn country is driving migration and disease and pollution, say hydrologists and humanitarian groups War-torn Syria’s water supplies are deteriorating fast, triggering
Across much of India, farmers are struggling to adapt as their crops fail season after season as a result of increasingly unpredictable weather: floods and droughts. In June, like many people in the parched
New research says climate change could be recreating prehistoric conditions, turning California into a desert. California's five-year-long drought has already had punishing effects—stronger fires, dying
The photographer Mustafah Abdelaziz documents sustainability and inequality across the world. In 2015, the photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz was living in China. For two months, he had been photographing
Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz has dedicated the past four years of his life to one thing: taking pictures that tell stories about water. From the barren riverbeds of India to the polluted rivers of Paulo,
On the night of 31 August, Mandya, a district on the banks of the fast-depleting Cauvery river in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, received heavy rains after three weeks of unusually dry weather.
It was the first transplant of its kind. The patient, who is in his sixties and has remained unnamed, suffered from a rare type of bone cancer called chondrosarcoma. It affected the entire right side his
Several thousand residents of Cedar Rapids left their homes Sunday as floodwaters began to spill out of the rising Cedar River, and Iowa's second-largest city worked to apply the lessons officials learned