Megafloods on Mars Carved Giant Canyons Into the Red Planet
Jezero Crater, site of a Martian paleolake, is on the shortlist of landing sites for NASA's Mars 2020 rover.
This Country Tune About Not Dying in Floods Is the Real Song of the Summer
The National Weather Service of America wants you to know that you should "Turn Around Don't Drown" in this alarmingly catchy and terrifyingly dystopian new ad.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Watch a Monster Truck Save an Army Vehicle from Houston Floodwaters
Drivers from the Dallas racetrack "Rednecks with Paychecks" brought five jacked-up trucks into Houston to do rescue work.
After the Flood: Scenes of Sodden Devastation in Lismore
We visited the flood-stricken town to see how residents are pulling their lives back together.
Introducing 'Year 2050,' Our Guide to Surviving the Next 33 Years of Climate Change
How much will our world change after three decades of rising temperatures?
Albertans Are the Only Canadians Who Think Oil Is More Important Than Water, Says Survey
Not surprisingly, Calgary and Montreal have very different answers to the question, "What is our most important natural resource?"
How Scared Should I Be?
How Scared Should I Be of El Niño?
Here in Los Angeles, rain can be scary.
Haunting Photos of Bosnia's Never-Ending Land Mine and Flooding Problem
Earlier this year, Bosnia experienced massive flooding, and as a result land mines that had been dormant for almost two decades slid into towns, disguised under a layer of wet, dark earth.
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When It Rains It PLURs: Portraits from Electric Daisy Carnival New York
“I don't want to touch anyone. There’s like a slime, a real new kind of filth on everyone now. We’re elbow to asshole here.”
We know every Sunday you tell your mom you're at church when you're really drunk off your ass at brunch, so for this week's Sunday comic, we had our pal James Harvey create a comic about Noah's ark.
Pictures from a Serbian Town Underwater
Last week when I was researching a story on migration, I found myself in Obrenovac, a Serbian town some 18 miles southwest of central Belgrade, and it looked more like a lake than a town.
The First World Is Destroying the Third World Through Climate Change
To put it bluntly, we’re reaching peak everything. We’ve blown through our one-time inheritance of natural capital (fossil fuels, topsoil, groundwater, biodiversity) like the crazy, hairless apes we are.