Don't like the deafening sound of 17-year cicadas? Try eating one. You may fall in love.
Trillions of cicadas, underground for the last 17 years, have emerged in numerous eastern and midwestern states to spend a few days above ground climbing onto trees and walls, mating and making a wonderful ruckus.
Teens and kids will feel the impact global warming more keenly than older generations — and many of them are choosing to act now to stop it.
From Native American traditions to Eastern thought to mainstream Catholicism, spiritual teachings call on humanity to live in harmony with nature.
James Lovelock's hypothesis could unlock a whole-systems approach to protecting the amazing life forms on Earth.
For Earth Day this year, President Biden is convening leaders from around the world for a virtual conference on the climate emergency.
The company that built and operates the Belo Monte Dam on the Xingu River in Brazil has begun drawing down some 85% of the river, an amount scientists and Indigenous peoples believe will have catastrophic effects.
The Amazon rainforest, known as the "lungs of the Earth," was thought to limit the damage from climate change. A new study suggests it now may be contributing to it.
The discovery of a fossilized tree in New Zealand is providing scientists with insight on how magnetic pole reversals could affect life on Earth.
Despite his efforts to buy a climate-friendly refrigerator, climate reporter Phil McKenna ended up buying a "carbon bomb" containing a greenhouse gas thousands of times more potent than CO2.