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The real cost of your morning brew
Do you know the environmental cost of your morning brew?
All Eyes on the Doomsday Glacier
Thwaites Glacier is nicknamed the "Doomsday Glacier" because its collapse would cause catastrophic sea level rise. And his glacier is melting... FAST. Does that spell "Doomsday" for our future?
What is the Venturi Effect?
Ever notice that the wind seems to move faster through a city? Stephanie Abrams explains the Venturi effect.
Drilling for Ancient Ice
Join us as we go on a mission to Antarctica to find Earth’s oldest ice and unlock the secrets of our planet’s ancient atmosphere.
What is a Sand Battery?
Learn how a sand is heating an entire town.
Power Outrage: Texas Freeze
In February 2021, Winter Storm Uri left Texans in the dark with days of massive blackouts amid the state's coldest temperatures in decades. Could it happen again?
Do It Greener with Danny Seo: DIY Cleaner
Save that orange peel from your breakfast. It'll help green your cleaning routine. Here's how to "Do It Greener" with the Editor-in Chief of Naturally, Danny Seo.
5 Growing Solutions to World Hunger
Take a look at these 5 emerging solutions to feed the growing world population.
Tiny Cameras Reveal a Bug's Life
You may have heard of a bird's-eye view, but what about a bug's-eye view? Researchers have created the first wireless, feather-light camera small enough to fit on the back of a live insect.
Converting Classic Cars to EVs
The move to electric cars raises a question. What will happen to old gas-powered vehicles? UK company Lunaz Design may have the answer and it starts with classic cars.
Do It Greener with Danny Seo: Laundry
Looking for ways to lighten your environmental load on laundry day? We asked Editor-in-chief of Naturally, Danny Seo, to show us how to Do It Greener.
Can Freeway Crossings Save the Mountain Lion
Could wildlife crossing help save the mountain lion? That’s what the Panthera Cats Olympic Cougar Project hopes to find out.
Glass Half Full
Two college students started a glass recycling business in their backyard. Now, Glass Half Full has gone big, diverting nearly 2 million pounds of glass from landfills.
Do It Greener with Danny Seo: H2Wow
Many people want to make healthy and sustainable choices but may not know where to start. We teamed up with eco-living expert, Danny Seo, for ways to Do It Greener.
Shining a Light on Vanishing Cities
Over the course of 5 years, photographer Vlad Sokhin traveled to some of the most remote regions of the world that have one thing in common: a future threatened by warming, rising seas.
This Whiskey Was Distilled in a Lab
Scientists are trying to create a sustainable whiskey distilled in a lab. Here's how they are doing it... and how it tastes.
What is Methane?
Here's a look at methane and why it's so harmful to the environment.
Potty Training Cows
Did you know cows are being potty trained, and it's not hard to do? Researchers use a MooLoo, an astroturf-covered pen, to hold training sessions. Here's why they do it.
Tracking the Ancient Woolly Mammoth
This woolly mammoth, nicknamed Kik, roamed Alaska 17,000 years ago. Now, thanks to an isotopic analysis, researchers know its entire life story. Here’s why that matters.
Why These Species Glow
From luminous sharks to glow-in-the-dark wombats, we’re breaking down the science behind the recent boom in glowing animal discoveries.
Do It Greener: Cars
Did you know that our vehicles emit over 5 billion metric tons of CO2 every year? That's nuts! Here are 3 tips for a greener drive.
This Russian River is an Ancient Bone Deposit
It may be minus 25 degrees Celsius in Russia but that’s not stopping these scientists from diving into frozen rivers in hopes of unearthing ancient artifacts.
Herds of moving moss balls baffle scientists
A large herd of fuzzy green objects on Alaskan glaciers is baffling scientists. What are they? And, more importantly, how do they move?
Mammoth Teeth Yield Oldest Ever DNA
Scientists discovered the oldest animal DNA ever recovered. The DNA was recovered from million-year-old mammoth teeth and is rewriting the species evolutionary tree.
Do It Greener: Energy Vampires
If you want to slay the energy vampires sucking the life out of your power bill, you're going to want to watch this.
These caterpillars eat plastic
Canadian researchers might have found an answer to the world's plastic problem. And it has to do with caterpillars that can eat and digest grocery bags.
Scientist Revive 101 Million Year Old Microbes
Scientists from the U.S. and Japan have successfully revived microbes that have been lying dormant since dinosaurs walked the Earth. Here's how they did it.
Do It Greener: Pets
Did you know people are more likely to be environmentally conscious when it comes to their pets? Here are 3 tips for greener pet care.
Trees Grow from 2000-Year-Old Seeds
Israeli scientists are digging up the past to bring back an extinct delicacy. Could their work also lead to a sustainable breakthrough for the future?
A Warmer World is Double Trouble for Plants
Warmer temperatures are making insects hungrier and robbing plants of their natural defenses. That could have a big impact on the world’s food supply.
Do It Greener: Leftovers
Those leftovers from last night's dinner could be in containers that take up to 1,000 years to decompose! Here are some tips for greener food storage.
Can these dolphins pass for the real thing?
The company behind animatronics used for Hollywood blockbusters like "Free Willy” and "The Abyss" is hoping its technology will transform marine parks.
Do It Greener: Clothes
Did you know Americans throw away over 21 billion pounds of clothes annually? Here are some tips for a greener and more sustainable wardrobe.
Do It Greener: Meals
Food accounts for up to 30% of your carbon footprint. That's nuts! Here are 3 tips for greener meals.
Changes in snowmelt threaten farmers
Farmers in some parts of the world rely on snowmelt to grow their crops. But could that supply be in danger? One new study explores that question.
Do It Greener: Streaming
Did you know? Our binge-watching habits emit 11.4 billion miles worth of CO2.
Shipwrecks Make Great Ecosystems
For many creatures under the sea, shipwrecks make great ecosystems. Researchers from WHOI set out to explore two different shipwrecks and what has led them to become such vibrant marine habitats.
Conservationists in Australia are hoping that “seahorse hotels” can bring life back to White’s seahorse, the second-most endangered seahorse species in the world.
Do It Greener: Showers
Did you know we use over 1 trillion gallons of water in the shower every year!? Here are 3 tips for an eco-friendly shower.
From Trashcan To Catwalk
Exotic skins are disappearing from the runway as they fall out of favor with many buyers. Could fish skin replace them?
Scientists Discover "Hell Planet"
Scientists have discovered a planet with lava oceans and where it rains rocks. While this "hell planet" isn't remotely habitable, scientists are discovering many more that are.
Warrior women fight to save the Amazon rainforest
These women fight to protect their land, the planet and gender equality. Meet the Amazon's Women Warriors.
Tracking sharks from the sky
More and more great white sharks are using the California coast as a safe place to grow up. But that also means they are getting closer to humans than ever before.
Check out these urban forests
Around the world, metropolitan cities are incorporating urban forestry into city architecture in order to improve air pollution and regenerate urban areas.
Is bug butter the next dairy alternative
Cockroach cupcakes and beetle bundt cakes. Researchers explain why bug butter might be the next sustainable and delicious alternative to dairy.
Heat resistant coral
Coral bleaching has destroyed large areas of barrier reefs around the world. Australian scientists have developed a new process to fight this disease using a "heat resistant" species of coral.
Take a tour of the ISS of the deep sea
Like the International Space Station, the lab will provide scientists from around the world a unique facility to research one of the least explored places on Earth.
Leave it to beavers
During the fur trade, beavers were considered nothing more than hats and coats. Now, scientists say these little engineers are helping waterways and ecosystems survive in a warming world.
Melting away the plastic problem
Two high school buddies brought together by a natural disaster have designed a system to zap the plastic problem. Their company SeaChange uses state-of-the-art technology to break down microplastics.
What does seaweed have to do with your socks
Seaweed has a number of health benefits. It’s packed with vitamins and antioxidants. And it sure tastes good in sushi. But scientists at Newcastle University may have found an environmental benefit.
How Do You Like Your Meat Printed?
How do you like your steak printed? Redefine Meat has unveiled their plant-based, 3D printed vegan steak as they hope to win a slice of the fast-growing alternative meat market.
Meet the kids saving oceans
What were you doing at the age of 6? One Florida kid started a business aimed to protect our oceans. Kids Saving Oceans donates money to ocean-related conservation efforts with a big goal.
One River at a Time
The non-profit "Make A Change" is using river "barriers" to catch trash and plastic waste that is clogging Indonesia's waterways, preventing plastic pollution from making it to the ocean.
What is giving iconic reefs osteoporosis
WHOI researchers set out to find what's causing coral "osteoporosis" on some of the world's most iconic reefs. Here's what they discovered.
Tracking animals from space
Scientists haven’t had the opportunity to track animals in a comprehensive way. Now they can, thanks to a new system that’s about to go online. It’s part of a project taking place miles above Earth.
Scientists thwart the avocado apocalypse
The future of avocado toast is on ice. It’s part of an effort by researchers to preserve the biodiversity of this popular fruit and keep it topping toast for generations to come.
These plants glow in the dark
Scientists at the London Institute of Medical Sciences have created the world's first bioluminescent plant using mushroom genes. The new technology is expected to help scientists.
Researchers find 14 types of plastic in Antarctic ice
Tiny bits of plastic are turning up in new and remote locations. The latest discovery of microplastics is in an unexpected place -- Antarctic sea ice.`
Non-profit Washed Ashore Art lives and breathes by its mission to build an exhibit to educate global audiences about plastic pollution by turning beach trash into art.
32000 Year Old Plant Revived by Scientists
After discovering a seed cache in Siberia, scientists have been able to successfully grow plants buried by an Ice Age squirrel 32,000 years ago.
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