Two men brewing with bread
Toast Ale has been making beer out of surplus bread for two years. Now the British beer-maker is trying to get other breweries in on the game.
Thwaites Glacier
A new five-year US and British research project hopes to give policy makers a better sense of how much west Antarctica will drive rising seas.
A humpback whale surfacing from the water surrounded by seagulls
What's the meaning of all those howls and growls? Is it language? This week on the podcast, NOVA's Ari Daniel explores how three species communicate.
Yard in front of St. Paul's Cathedral
Open spaces in greater London’s historic core have been protected since Victorian times.
It's still not the norm at restaurants in Paris to ask for a doggy bag. But the French government wants to change that.
In France, a restaurant meal is considered something to be experienced under the watchful eye of the chef. So there's no tradition of taking home leftovers. But the French government would like to change that to reduce food waste.
Pompeo at Senate confirmation hearing
The CIA Director's views on climate change would be more in line with President Trump’s than those of his predecessor.
Couple sitting on a couch
The Canes were able to move back to their home after a stint in Australia because no one would buy it.
Eroded cliffs in Happisburgh
The government says it can’t protect every home from the sea. One family says they’ll hold tight to their memories when it’s time to leave their house.
Cape Town residents gather to collect water at a spring with makshift spigots ear Table Mountain. It's one of dozens of open springs across the city where residents come to collect extra water to add to their meager daily quota of 13 gallons.
A natural spring in the shadow of Cape Town's Table Mountain provides a measure of relief — and a new pop-up community — for drought-strapped residents.
Saya Pierce-Jones records a recent report on Cape Town's water crisis for Smile 90.4FM radio. In more than a year on the full-time water beat, Pierce-Jones helped listeners understand the roots of the crisis and find ways to dramatically cut their water u
When Cape Town's growing water crisis started bubbling up last year, a local radio station in the South African city jumped on the beat with wall-to-wall coverage and water-saving tips for listeners.