Earth Day is having a midlife crisis
New study endeavors to show the big picture of which countries win and which lose out as a result of global warming
For more than 700 years, the Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, fought to maintain their spiritual connection to the Whanganui River.
Psychologist Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic says there’s a simple reason incompetent men become leaders
America’s devotion to the practice stems in part from the fact that it’s what today’s parents and teachers grew up with themselves.
“We’re being steamrolled by our devices” —Douglas Rushkoff
Scientists are trying to accelerate evolution to make plastics rot. A tiny new organism is showing them how.
How much time left?