The overfishing of sharks, partly driven by the beauty industry, isn't just endangering shark species–it's also worsening the climate crisis.
Moriba Jah, a leading astrodynamicist at the University of Texas at Austin, talks to Motherboard about how to mitigate the risks of space debris.
Chip away at your existential dread with beeswax wraps, multi-purpose jars, herb saving bags, and a highly aesthetic Tupperware-esque brand.
The rivers are extra dry this year.
The stuffed animal was far from his only surprising discovery in the third deepest point in the world.
Leah Penniman, the founder of Afro-Indigenous community–centered Soul Fire Farm, on food apartheid, reparations, and community-building.
A game about selfishness and the end of the world became something else once people started playing it.
Many financial institutions market themselves as sustainable, but their portfolios say otherwise.
Many aspects of environmental scholarship are inaccessible to Black students, including textbooks that don't acknowledge our history, and field work requirements that are ignorant of Black criminalization in the outdoors.
Real environmental progress will take big, systemic reforms. This Earth Day, here's how to use individual actions to push for structural change.
We emerged like miners rescued from the dark pits of the earth and vowed: never again.