It's 38 degrees in Blackburn today. Here's the news—
Paul Sullivan, New York Times (Tweet)
Environmental issues may seem too big to tackle, but some smaller foundations have figured out ways to have an impact.
Etan Smallman, New York Times (Tweet)
At 94, the beloved British naturalist remains curious and optimistic. He talked about his new docu-series, “A Perfect Planet,” and why the coronavirus may prove to have some positive consequences.
Jonah Engel Bromwich, New York Times (Tweet)
“Deep Adaptation” made people confront the end of the world from climate change. Does it matter if it’s not correct?
Dave Blanchard, NPR (Tweet)
Lopez — who won a National Book Award in 1986 for Arctic Dreams — wrote about his travels to far places. But his writings aren't just travelogues, they remind us of how precious life on Earth is.
Nell Greenfieldboyce, NPR (Tweet)
Ice is usually emphemeral; it doesn't last that long before melting. But some ice on our planet has stayed frozen for millions of years, according to scientists are on a quest to find the oldest ice.