Environment

Science
Ancient humans invented new tools during a climate crisis
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Earth’s biggest extinction event, explained
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Pigeons use unexpected super sense to find home
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Which plant-based milk is best for the environment?
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Covid-19: How to choose the best (and safest) face mask for the planet
Mayuri Wijayasundara
Science
Which milk is best for the environment: dairy, nut, soy, hemp, or grain?
Diana Bogueva and Dora Marinova
Mind and Body
Four ways nature can boost your physical health
Ali Pattillo
Science
Meet the team fighting to conserve our planet's future — one seed at a time
Grace Browne
Science
The one theory Trump gets wrong about forest management
David Grossman
Science
How 10 billion people could live well by 2050 – using as much energy as we did 60 years ago
Joel Millward-Hopkins
Science
How bad is plastic pollution? Scientists reveal a staggering global estimate
Britta Denise Hardesty, Chris Wilcox and Justine Barrett
Science
Why AOC says “Fracking is bad, actually.”
JoAnna Wendel
Science
When asked about climate change Mike pence gave this WILD answer
David Grossman
Science
A startling statistic about the Arctic signals big changes for the planet
Steve Petsch and Julie Brigham-Grette
Science
This viral YouTube gardening channel mixes tech tools and ancient practices
Nina Pullano
Science
Climate change is devastating one iconic East Coast bird species
JoAnna Wendel
Science
10 stunning images of Yosemite National Park
JoAnna Wendel
Science
How an absurd idea led to the most definitive census of life under the sea ever
Grace Browne
Science
Deforestation's unexpected side effect on climate change
Nina Pullano
Science
The hard science behind Australia's whimsical Fairy Circles'
JoAnna Wendel
Innovation
How one startup learned the value of building trust after supply chains broke down
Stephen J. Bronner
Science
Study reveals coronavirus pandemic's surprising effect on how birds sing
Nina Pullano
Science
What’s killing Botswana’s elephants?
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Scientists solve fairy circle mystery with math
Nina Pullano
Science
Why are these spiders so deadly to humans?
JoAnna Wendel
Innovation
"Micro-energy" invention scavenges the wind that turbines miss
Sarah Wells
Science
Why an ancient organism is killing elephants at an alarming rate
Nina Pullano
Science
5 weird ways that birds communicate
JoAnna Wendel
Science
Can planting a trillion trees really help Earth? It's complicated
Nina Pullano
Science
"Cascading disasters": soccer-ball sized cameras catalogue the burning West
Sarah Wells
Science
Solar storms, anti-solar panels, and the future of clean energy
Inverse Staff
Mind and Body
Health experts agree: There's a deadly cost to eating ultra-processed foods
Phillip Baker, Priscila Machado and Mark Lawrence
Science
The truth about Easter Island
Catrine Jarman
Science
Water contamination after wildfires — what the public should know
Andrew J. Whelton and Caitlin R. Proctor
Science
"Supercooled" two-in-one discovery explains bizarre water behavior
David Grossman
Science
Magnetic bacteria may help animals navigate the globe
JoAnna Wendel
Science
One household chore is sneakily polluting the environment — study
Nina Pullano
Science
Antarctica glacier melt sparks concerns as pandemic delays climate talks
Nina Pullano
Innovation
Morphing water crystals could be the future of green energy
David Grossman
Science
Meet the science fair kids making sunscreen environmentally friendly
Sofia Quaglia
Science
Earth may pass a dangerous warming limit by 2024 — study
Pep Canadell and Rob Jackson
Science
How changing our diets could save the environment
JoAnna Wendel
Science
How plants could help forensic scientists find human remains
JoAnna Wendel
Innovation
Webcams are bringing us terrifyingly close to the Western wildfires
Sarah Wells
Science
Changing our diet in 3 key ways could fundamentally alter climate change
Nina Pullano
Innovation
Self-cooling microchip provides a tiny solution to a giant problem
Sarah Wells
Science
5 terrifying facts about the melting permafrost
Nina Pullano
Science
Worldwide renewable energy could do more harm than good
Laura Sonter, James Watson and Richard K Valenta
Science
Amid the hydrogen hype, climate experts reveal what what will actually work
Thomas Bräunl, Peter Newman and Jake Whitehead
Science
Scientists composted “biodegradable” balloons. Here’s what happened next.
Morgan Gilmour and Jennifer Lavers