A photographer tells us about returning to the enchanted city of Jiufen, perched on a mountain overlooking the sea.
National Geographic Explorer Diego Ponce de Léon Barido uses data collection and engineering to identify gaps in energy ...
The western U.S. state is pioneering the program to help offenders understand and make amends for their offenses.
A federal report has moved the Makah Tribe a step closer to hunting gray whales again—a practice central to their culture and protected by an 1855 treaty, but snarled in red tape for the last 17 years ...
A writer rides the rails from New York to San Francisco, discovering dazzling landscapes and fascinating fellow passengers ...
Only 1,500 Rimatara lorikeets remain in the wild. On one French Polynesian island, residents fight to preserve lorikeet ...
The Slovenian photographer and documentarian investigates inspiring attempts to fight and adapt to climate change.
Inspired by her own experiences, a photographer reveals the discipline and the delights of a girlhood framed by the Muslim ...
The pandemic brought renewed attention to the value of wastewater monitoring for tracking pathogens and mitigating disease.
A forest owned by the U.S. Navy in Indiana ensures that the U.S.S. Constitution—named by George Washington and built with ...
The murders of Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira mark a new escalation in the battle for the Amazon, its resources, and its ...
Millennials and Gen Z have grown up on a different planet with tougher choices than their parents. Accepting that is the ...