How to survive an ice age, a mass extinction, and a meteor strike—and live to tell about it.
By William L. Chameides
When we think of sea level, we tend to envision the water level in a bathtub—flat and uniform everywhere.
Stewart Brand’s challenge to environmentalists
Radical plan would grow a massive forest in the Sahara to cool the planet
A wall of bubbles could stop the onslaught of millions of Asian carp
High-tech chip delivers early diagnosis of coral disease
Synthetic leaf generates power with tiny beads of water
Prairie dogs served up Jell-O spiked with ‘black death’ vaccine
Growing 11,000 heads of lettuce in a space the size of five parking spots
A new generation of unruly adolescent wildlife has some experts wondering whether what we’re missing isn’t so much habitat as adult supervision. By Dawn Stover.