The first direct air capture and storage plant in the world is powered by geothermal heat in Iceland. Is it enough to reach negative carbon emissions? To learn more, read the story here.
The United States has the highest level of economic inequality of any developed country. Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz, winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics, explains why he thinks the American economy is rigged, and what that means for future generation. To learn more about America's rigged economy and what we can do to fix it, click here.
When it comes to the unsustainable development of the American coastline, New Jersey owns the honor of being the first and worst. But one town in the state is experimenting with moving a cluster of people out of harm’s way and turning the newly open land into a flood buffer to protect the rest of the community. Read the full story to learn more: "Surrendering to Rising Seas"
Drone bees don’t have fathers, but they still have family. Chromosomes are the key to understanding the buzz around a bee’s parents.
Light triggers chemical reactions that make beer taste like skunk spray and onions.
The volcanic island chain was born when the Pacific tectonic plate drifted over a hotspot in Earth’s mantle.
Animation software brings together data to tell a molecular story
Earthquake-warning systems save lives by detecting the first signs of shaking.
Their barbs help them burrow in for a three-day feast of blood