Read about how students walked out of school to demand a better future for themselves and for future generations.
Could humans one day live on Mars? Read about the research and exploration being done to determine if that is a real possibility.
Examine this inforgraphic to learn more about the catastrophes nature is capable of and their deadly consequences.
This article provides examples of past, present, and future technology inspired by nature.
Professional cimber Emily Harrington talks about the trip that taught her that it is okay to fail.
Read about the death-defying spectacles performed by thrill seekers in and around the popular national park throughout history.
Juliane Koepcke recounts surviving a plane crash and eleven days alone in the Peruvian jungle decades earlier.
Read this article to learn about efforts to grant legal rights to the natural world, such as the work some in Nepal are doing to recognize the rights of the Himalaya mountains to freedom from the threat of climate change.
Read about the benefits of zebras’ stripes.
People reflect on what was lost during the tornadoes that ripped through Alabama, while organizing and planning to move forward.
Fear may be able to spread from person to person— just like a virus.
Is the curse surrounding King Tut’s tomb real? Some people think so— read about why.
Empowered to tackle a micro problem on a macro scale, this 12-year-old takes on the Earth’s oceans and the plastic within it.
Teen changes the world with the invention of a satellite small enough to hold in the palm of your hand.
Watch this video to learn how one scientist took a simple childhood chore and transformed it into a revolutionary way to help the environment.
A researcher at UCLA found that brain scans taken while study participants watched a variety of video clips could accurately predict which of the subjects were friends.
After hiking the 750-mile length of the Grand Canyon, photographer and filmmaker Pete McBride reflects on the silence of the canyon and draws comparisons to his noisy life.
The author of this article urges world leaders to consider how we can better use forests as natural carbon-capture systems to help fight climate change.
Even the smallest act of kindness can make a difference to someone who has suffered a natural disaster. Find inspiration in the examples described here.
During the Australian summer, snakes follow their instincts to survive the brutal heat and find water by seeing refuge in homes. Learn about the problems their smart decisions can cause for humans.