Changing Planet ‘In the forest, we see with our ears,’ says José Carlos Meirelles, an expert on Brazil’s last uncontacted tribes. During his recent expeditions into the remote rainforest of Acre state,
Gina McCarthy, EPA chief, talks about Earth Day and how it became a global environmental event that on April 22 will include a billion people. More than a billion people around the world will celebrate
Iconic buildings go dark to raise awareness around energy consumption and climate change. The bright green lights that typically illuminate the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur—the tallest twin buildings
Changing Planet By Neal Lineback and Mandy Lineback Gritzner, Geography in the NewsTM The Gulf’s Growing Dead Zone With rising demand over the past decade for the corn-based fuel additive ethanol, American
Changing Planet In an artist’s impression, this red giant star as viewed from a nearby scorched planet is similar to the bright evening star Arcturus, now visible in the spring skies. Credit: ESO/L.Calcada
Part of a new series on Parenting for Success While I spend my professional time now as a career success coach, writer, and leadership trainer, I was a marriage and family therapist in my past, and worked
19-year-old Yale student uses expedition to highlight climate issues. Parker Liautaud arrived at the South Pole on December 24, 2013, and finally got to act like a typical teenager—he got to sleep in.
An airborne-scanning technology called LiDAR can peer through forest cover. New England's woody hills and dales hide a secret—they weren't always forested. Instead, many were once covered with colonial
Get the lowdown on holiday history, travel, football, feasting, and more. Thanksgiving is almost upon us—but how much do you know about America's favorite day to eat turkey? Here's the lowdown on Thanksgiving
It turns out Thanksgiving and Hanukkah have a lot in common, even when they don't fall on the same day. Why is Thanksgiving 2013 different from all others? Because this year, it's not just Thanksgiving.