British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy has long been known for his unconventional approach to art. In an ongoing project at Kansas City’s Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Goldsworthy has created a “walking wall,” assembling and then disassembling the same limestone rocks, moving…
By Jeffrey Brown, Lorna Baldwin
Here’s a look at some of the numbers that define the fires burning in the Amazon.
By Vicky Stein
There are many reasons to be appalled by this year’s Amazon fires, but depleting Earth’s oxygen supply is not one of them.
By Scott Denning, The Conversation
Walton Ford is a painter whose work examines the relationship between humans and animals in the wild. These creatures, he believes, “would rather be left alone.” As a child, Walton was always inspired by the natural world and would bring…
Hotter oceans are killing corals, not just bleaching them. Then their reef corpses dissolve.
By Nerilie Abram, The Conversation
Time will tell if this is a record summer for Greenland ice melt, but the pattern over the past 20 years is clear.
By Berly McCoy
Chemists have adapted emerging technology -- called nanocoils -- to dissolve microplastics and turn the pollution into food for algae.
A new genetic discovery could help researchers trap more climate-altering carbon underground.
By Berly McCoy
Everyone wants to save the bees, but we may be saving them to death.
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