An Australian reptile delivered the same litter both in eggs and live birth, suggesting to researchers that an evolutionary shift could be happening before our eyes.
It's not the Anthropocene.
It would take longer than humans have been on this Earth to recover the number of bird species lost in New Zealand.
A comprehensive United Nations report compiled by more than 450 researchers warns of a dire future for both humans and nature if business continues as usual.
'Lichenia' is an alternative to SimCity that challenges you to experiment in the post-apocalyptic unknown.
“Mainstream political and policy debates have failed to recognize that human impacts on the environment have reached a critical stage.”
Some 50 million Indigenous peoples died during the 16th century, a collapse that caused atmospheric carbon dioxide levels to drop.
Generated from satellite data, the maps track losses and gains of land used for agriculture, forests, urbanization, and more.
Male reproductive damage under heat wave conditions could be contributing to biodiversity declines in the Anthropocene.
Retired professor Glenn A. Albrecht has coined new words to describe the full range of positive and negative emotions we have toward the environment.
Hurricane Michael has killed five people and counting in Virginia—more than 800 miles from where the storm first made landfall.
As the planet warms, ice loss at the poles—especially in Greenland—is having an effect on polar motion.