A collection of unusually snowy scenes from California, Nevada, and Arizona
It’s not environmentalists—it’s the nuclear-power industry itself.
The demise of salt lakes threatens humans and wildlife alike.
As a result of stormier seas caused by climate change, lifelong fishers have more than a month’s less ocean time on average than they did 40 years ago.
A classic urban trade-off might not be our destiny. That’s great news for the climate.
Images of demonstrations in the village of Luetzerath, beside a gigantic coal-mine pit
An ode to a natural gift that could melt away
Images from a recent voyage to several groups of subantarctic islands
The downside of heavy, overpowered trucks and SUVs
As an environmental journalist and a parent, I worry that the animals in my son’s bedtime stories will disappear before he learns they’re real.
Climate change is threatening this yuletide classic.
Scenes from the wide variety of volcanic activity on Earth over the past year
New England is warming more quickly than almost anywhere else on Earth.
A tantalizing new scientific breakthrough will mean little if we don’t build the infrastructure to support it.
The war has made it very hard to build a floating-ice camp.
The sins of FTX aren’t the only problem the crypto world needs to pay for.
Geologists are using fiber optics to monitor earthquakes, volcanoes, and traffic noise.
Citizens who suddenly recognize the nature of their authoritarian government don’t easily forget about it.
Runaway climate change once seemed like it could spur violence. Now a different risk has emerged.
One last look at the colorful beauty of this autumn, seen in cities and countryside vistas across the Northern Hemisphere