“We humans will always have a limited grasp of what reality is,” says the astrophysicist Marcelo Gleiser when explaining his work exploring the cosmos. “And what could be more fascinating than being surrounded by mystery?” The same holds true here on earth when we explore how the creatures around us experience light and color. The […]
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When four researchers drill ice cores in the Arctic, they pass through environmental memories that go back millions of years.
Climate change is pushing more and more mosquitoes to take humans as their preferred hosts.
Indigenous peoples in the United States lost 99 percent of their land through colonization.
Like canaries in coal mines, eels in our waterways can warn us about present hazards and those to come.
Western States opposed tribes’ access to the Colorado River 70 years ago. History Is repeating itself.