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Should we give up half of the Earth to wildlife?

Populations of all kinds of wildlife are declining at alarming speed. One radical solution is to make 50% of the planet a nature reserve<p>The orangutan is one of our planet’s most distinctive and intelligent creatures. It has been observed using primitive tools, such as the branch of a tree, to hunt …

Wildlife

Himalayan Rhododendron flowers are blooming in winter instead of spring. Is climate change to blame?

The changing pattern of western disturbances is leading to warmer and shorter Himalayan winters.<p>Something unusual happened in the hills of …

Climate Change

How to Eat Gourmet in the Middle of Nowhere

All about planning your off-the-grid eats<p>February 18, 2018<p>Have you ever thought about going off the grid and heading into the outdoors for a couple …

Healthy Eating

Here Are The 5 BBQ Sauces Every Southerner Should Know

If any region can claim to be masters of BBQ, it’s surely the South! The flavorful cuisine often makes an appearance at pool parties, weddings, …

BBQ

How long can we treat the suffering of animals as an inconvenient truth?

A revolution is coming in our relationship with ‘lower’ creatures, provoked by a greater knowledge of their cognition. Labour’s new plans for animal welfare are just a start<p>Scientific insight is a powerful thing, but will it ever override the human lust for health, prosperity and, saddest of all, …

Animals

Top 20 Foods to Raise Your Hemoglobin Levels

On February 17, 2018 by admin<p>It’s no secret that in order to maintain a healthy body, one is in need of healthy food. It all begins with that little …

25 BEST HIKES IN THE WORLD TO PUT ON YOUR BUCKET LIST

We are far from hardcore hikers. In fact, my friends used to call me “indoorsy” before I started training for our Inca Trail hike years ago. We do, …

Hiking

Taking a Train Through the Great Smoky Mountains Needs to Be on Your Bucket List

If you've never been to the most visited national park in the U.S., you should make a train trip through the Great Smoky Mountains a priority.<p>The …

National Parks

Obama tried to close a big pollution loophole. Trump wants to keep it.

The EPA is using a shady study to carve out a massive pollution exemption for dirty glider trucks.<p>The Environmental Protection Agency is trying to protect a loophole that allows vastly more pollution than is typically permitted from heavy-duty commercial vehicles — all in the name of helping out a …

Scott Pruitt

How 'slaughterbots' could become terrifying new form of warfare that both terrorists and governments could use to kill

Flying 'slaughterbots' that use facial recognition and are capable of carrying out mass killings seem like a terrifying plot from a science fiction …

The Future

'It's huge': 40-ton mass of fishing nets washes ashore on Big Island

Updated:Wednesday, February 14 2018 12:27 PM EST2018-02-14 17:27:07 GMT<p>PHOTOS: HNN's Sweetest Sweethearts celebrate Valentine's Day<p>PHOTOS: HNN's …

Hawaii

This Mindfulness Trick Could Help You Keep Your Anxiety On Lock

By now we’ve likely all heard the term mindfulness thrown around a bajillion times (rough estimation). It’s been a buzzword in wellness circles for …

Mindfulness

24 Amazing Travel Places of Colorado’s National Parks : Trends

ONLY IN COLORADO does the world look like this. Canyons so narrow they see no sunlight, red rock formations springing out of dusty plateaus, ancient …

National Parks

Anxious People Focus on Negative Cues That Others Don't

It's an ingrained habit—but one you can teach yourself to break.<p>Let’s pretend for a moment you’re giving a presentation in a room full of very important people. You want their feedback—ideally, some sign of positive approval—because you know you’re being evaluated.<p>You look to a person in the front …

Psychology

Why You Should Think Twice Before Buying Grocery Store Honey

If you’re doing your best to eat clean, certain things seem like safe bets. Fresh produce, legumes and unprocessed whole grains may all make the …

Country Lifestyle

Florida shooting: White House refuses to release photo of Trump signing bill weakening gun laws

The White House has refused to release any images of Donald Trump signing a bill that made it easier for some people with a mental illness to buy …

Donald Trump

Major dog food brands recalls shipments tainted with euthanasia drug

Shipments of a handful of major dog food brands are being frozen as samples have tested positive for a drug commonly used to euthanize animals. The …

Pets

Grand Teton National Park

<b>Location: Wyoming<br>Established: February 26, 1929<br>Size: 309,994 acres</b><p>The peaks of the Teton Range, regal and imposing as they stand nearly 7,000 feet above the valley floor, make one of the boldest geologic statements in the Rockies. Unencumbered by foothills, they rise through steep coniferous forest …

National Parks

Lab-Grown Meat Is Coming, Whether You Like It or Not

Standing in a kitchen in San Francisco, in a state where foie gras is illegal, Josh Tetrick cuts into the pale gray pate anyway and smears it on a …

Agriculture

The 10 Best Weekend Backpacking Trips in Tennessee

Surrounded by no fewer than three national forests to the south and east (plus the Great Smoky Mountains) Tennessee is a backpacker’s paradise, with …

Hiking

7 Campsites You'll Have Entirely to Yourself

You’ve planned a stellar camping trip—packed all the essentials, booked the site, brought your closest pals. Then you show up and it turns out you’re sleeping in a small, crowded outdoor city, with neighbors literally a few feet and a couple nylon walls away. That’s no way to sleep beneath the …

Hiking

Top Wow Spots of Banff & Jasper National Parks

Moraine Lake<p>Surrounded by a cathedral of massifs in the rugged Valley of the Ten Peaks, Banff National Park’s Moraine Lake is truly breathtaking. Its …

Hiking

We Are Drowning In Plastic, and Fracking Companies Are Profiting

By Wenonah Hauter<p>We are choking the planet in plastic. Everything from wasteful water bottles to grocery shopping bags are polluting our waterways, …

Pollution

Study Identifies 5 Feline Personality Types

Researchers in Australia and New Zealand applied a model of describing human personality traits to pet cats, and the results are fascinating. The …

Pets

A study of more than 100,000 people has found that one food group is closely linked with cancer

If scientists told you there was a single lifestyle factor that may best predict whether you get cancer, you'd want to know, right?<p>Researchers in France may have found just that. After studying more than 100,000 adults for years, they found that eating processed food was more closely linked with …

Nutrition

Toxic metals from plastic left on the beach are leaching into the sea: B.C. study

Researchers say tiny particles only millimetres in size can ferry metals into the ecosystem<p>Simon Fraser University researchers say something as …

Pollution

Scientists Just Issued a Grim New Warning on Climate Change: 'We Are Not Prepared'

New research shows that countries around the world are falling short of greenhouse gas goals in the Paris climate deal, and the consequences will …

Climate Change

Top 10 Best Packable Rain Jackets for 2018

A trusty rain jacket is every outdoorsman’s best friend. It’s the kind of item you hope you won’t need, but rely on heavily when enjoying yourself in …

Backpacking

First ship crosses Arctic in winter without an icebreaker as global warming causes ice sheets to melt

A ship has made a winter crossing of the Arctic without an icebreaker for the first time as global warming causes the region’s ice sheets to melt.<p>The …

Global Warming

Climate change revealed this U.S. military secret

Toxic chemicals from hidden military bases now risk leaking.<p>At the height of the Cold War in the 1950s, the Greenland ice sheet hosted a number of clandestine U.S. Army bases whose job it was to get an estimated 600 medium-range ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads ready for deployment. The …

Nunavut