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The aptly named East Troublesome Fire brings red skies, evacuations to the...

The aptly named East Troublesome Fire brings red skies, evacuations to the Rocky Mountains

This post has been updated with a correction. By midday Thursday, the sky over Estes Park, Colorado, had grown dark as night. Residents heeded emergency evacuation orders... Read more ...

Cities tried to lead the charge on climate action. Most of them are behind

Cities tried to lead the charge on climate action. Most of them are behind

Back in 2006, when George W. Bush was president and the Paris Agreement was still a decade away, the city of Tucson, Arizona, made a modest plan to do something about climate... Read more ...

Diabolical ironclad beetles can get squished under 39,000 times their weight...

Diabolical ironclad beetles can get squished under 39,000 times their weight and survive. Scientists figured out how

Summary List Placement Imagine a 200-pound man being crushed by the weight of two space shuttles and coming out unscathed. That's about how indestructible the diabolical... Read more ...

In the wake of the pandemic, renewables should take center stage

In the wake of the pandemic, renewables should take center stage

This article is published in partnership with: From shutdowns to layoffs to travel restrictions, the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on global economies. In the wake of a... Read more ...

From ‘Zombie' to ‘Jolene', Miley Cyrus is the queen of cover songs

From ‘Zombie' to ‘Jolene', Miley Cyrus is the queen of cover songs

If there's one silver lining to lockdown, it's that many of our fave musicians have been churning out new music and inventive performances while they're stuck in quarantine... Read more ...

David Pocock: 'I've got a lot more comfortable just being a bit weird and...

The retired Australian rugby great on his full-time move into conservation, where his love of nature came from, and being an introvert David Pocock is planning a dinner party... Read more ...

Dear Gen Z, to protect your right to protest, you must exercise your right...

Young people have shown again and again how far they're willing to go for climate justice - organizing and attending some of the biggest global protests the world has ever... Read more ...

Log cabin lunches and wolf tracker tours: a nature lover's guide to roaming...

From the wild beauty of the Härjedalen mountains to the scattered islands of the Gothenburg archipelago, Europe's third-largest country is a haven for anyone who enjoys the... Read more ...

High stakes: Why the future of the EU's food policy must be green

There are few sectors as large and as essential as farming. The task of feeding nations is a towering feat and some of the EU's most major policies work to ensure farmers can... Read more ...

Opinion: Science journal editors shouldn't contribute to politicizing science

When the editors of some of the world's leading science journals agree on something, it is generally safe to assume that they are correct. So when prominent journals like... Read more ...