Environment

Science
Does vitamin D protect against Covid-19? Why there may be something to these claims.
Elina Hypponen
Culture
Home Hacks: How to easily allow more nature into your house
Kevin Nute
Culture
How can you be safe at a pool, the beach, or a park?
Claudia Finkelstein
Science
The future of Australia could be more like 'Mad Max' than you think: climate study
Michael Grose and Julie Arblaster
Culture
2020 could be the unsolicited jolt the world needs
Pep Canadell, Corinne Le Quéré, Matthew William Jones, Felix Creutzig, Glen Peters, Pierre Friedlingstein, Rob Jackson and Yuli Shan
Science
One aspect of Wuhan life improved by 63% because of Covid-19
Matt Cole, Bowen Liu and Robert Elliott
Gaming
5 California locations that inspired the spaces of Red Dead Redemption
Jen Glennon
Science
Catnip's surprising evolutionary history
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Bumblebees are hacking nature in an effort to survive — study
Nina Pullano
Science
Vibrantly colorful coral revealed as a last-ditch survival response
Nina Pullano
Gaming
A geophysicist reveals the one quality that makes video games so satisfying
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Finding nature in a sea of concrete: spring blooms in the city
JoAnna Wendel
Science
The 6 coolest science photos of the week
JoAnna Wendel
Mind and Body
Scientists pin down a link between happiness and 1 daily activity
Ali Pattillo
Science
The Murder Hornets are here. Here's everything you need to know.
JoAnna Wendel
Science
What caused major climate change in the past?
James Renwick
Science
As sea levels rise, are we ready to live behind giant walls?
Hannah Cloke
Science
What are Asian giant hornets, and are they really dangerous? 5 questions answered
Akito Y Kawahara
Science
Air pollution and Covid-19: What we do and don’t know
Alastair Lewis
Science
Scientists discover a surprise rumbling beneath a sacred Hawaiian volcano
Nina Pullano
Science
Catnip's double-evolution explains why cats love this plant
Nina Pullano
Info
Ethics
Inverse Staff
Science
TikTok cadavers and human composting
Inverse Staff
Mind and Body
What link does vitamin D have with Covid-19? Scientists split fact from fiction
Ali Pattillo
Science
Will 3 billion people live in desert-like temperatures by 2070?
Mark Maslin
Science
“Murder hornets" explained: Their scariest threat is not their venomous sting
Nina Pullano
Science
Polar vortex 2020: The science behind the spring cold snap
Nina Pullano
Science
Can’t go outside? This one trick can improve your mood
Cris Brack
Entertainment
'Annihilation' author Jeff VanderMeer explains how it influenced 'Devs'
Chelsea Szmania
Science
3 major threats to tigers could be eliminated with one infrastructure change — study
Nina Pullano
Science
Scientists hack bioluminescence to create glowing houseplants
Sarah Sloat
Science
Air pollution, Covid-19, and death: The perils of bypassing peer review
Paul Villeneuve and Mark Goldberg
Science
How air pollution changed during Covid-19: 5 scientific images from down under
Elena Sánchez-García and Javier Leon
Science
3 misconceptions about how animals transmit diseases like Covid-19
Olivier Restif
Science
Covid-19 may wane this summer, but don’t count on hot weather to end the pandemic
Ellen Wright Clayton
Mind and Body
How healthy you are may depend on where your ancient ancestors lived
Ali Pattillo
Science
Satellites capture shocking quantity of greenhouse gas leaking from Permian Basin
Passant Rabie
Science
Earth Day: 5 stunning nature documentaries to stream right now
Nina Pullano
Science
Mysterious “dogs” in the Amazon face an existential threat — study
Nina Pullano
Gaming
'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Earth Day event start time, mechanics, and more
Tomas Franzese
Science
I pretended I was on Mars for 2 weeks and learned 5 timely lessons about food waste on Earth.
Dianne McGrath
Science
The scientific reason why a white roof is better for the environment
Nilesh Bakshi and Maibritt Pedersen Zari
Science
We just spent two weeks surveying the Great Barrier Reef. What we saw was an utter tragedy
Terry Hughes and Morgan Pratchett
Culture
Photos showing animals in cities prove that nature always wins
Sarah Bekessy, Alex Kusmanoff, Brendan Wintle, Casey Visintin, Freya Thomas, Georgia Garrard, Katherine Berthon, Lee Harrison, Matthew Selinske and Thami Croeser
Science
Covid-19 and air pollution: These maps offer a rare glimpse at a low-carbon future
Paul Monks
Innovation
Oil industry robots are being repurposed to save one of Earth's rarest wonders
David Grossman
Science
Study reveals 3 ways scientists can save tropical marine life
Nina Pullano
Science
Study reveals one climate strategy could save the world $616 trillion
Nina Pullano
Innovation
Inverse Daily: The future of transportation
Greta Moran
Science
Here’s why soil smells so good after it rains
Paul Becher and Klas Flärdh