Hiroshima's beaches are covered in nuclear fallout debris.
The more subtle effects of going vegetarian.
Mountain goats in Olympic National Park are obsessed with human urine and are now a public nuisance.
“The problem is that we can never predict when an earthquake can strike.”
It just isn’t sure how yet.
Tech devices get melted back into Earth, photos get exposed to radiation, and plants exist in suspended animation in Julian Charrière’s ‘Freeze, Memory.’
Since the early 1900s, one-third of Yosemite National Park has disappeared.
Nautilus Minerals is looking to go where few companies have gone before — but those living in nearby Papua New Guinea aren't sure it's worth the risk.
“Our aim is to open access to a wealth of previously unexplored mineral resources on lifeless rocks hurling through space, without damaging natural habitats,” the country's government declared on Tuesday.
Abalone shells combine the strength of glass with the toughness of plastic, and they've fascinated biologists and engineers for decades.