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Black Birders Call Out Racism, Say Nature Should Be For Everyone
Co-organizers of the first Black Birders Week talk about the joy of the natural world and the work outdoor-focused groups ...
Wanted: Weapon to Intercept Atomic Bombs
Three, great developments in defense against aircraft and guided missiles; every new weapon of offense brings forth a weapon ...
Noisy Cicadas Are Widely Misunderstood
But there are more than a dozen separate groups of “periodical” cicadas that appear regularly in the U.S. A different group, ...
Trump Waives Environmental Reviews, Vulnerable Communities Could Bear the Brunt
Communities of color will have fewer ways to protect themselves from pollution and climate change under Trump's decision to ...
High Temperatures Set Off Major Greenland Ice Melt—Again
A significant melt event is unfolding in Greenland this week. With temperatures nearly 20 degrees Fahrenheit higher than ...
A Civil Rights Expert Explains the Social Science of Police Racism
Columbia University attorney Alexis J. Hoag discusses the history of how we got to this point and the ways that researchers ...
Coronavirus and the Flu: A Looming Double Threat
The two could come together, making things worse—or our new hygiene habits may actually reduce the flu’s spread ...
Can Whole-Body Vibration Training Make You Fit?
Whole-body Vibration Training promises some impressive fitness and health benefits. But is shakin' it on a vibrating platform ...
Minneapolis Launched a Groundbreaking Climate Plan, But Left Minorities Out
Experts and affected communities say environmental justice must be a key component of efforts to address climate change ...
Human Earth-Borers Really Dig Tunnels
Originally published in January 1867 ...
Music Synchronizes the Brains of Performers and Their Audience
The performers and audience seem to be moving as one, as synchronized to one another as the light show is to the beat. A new ...
Should Ecologists Treat Male and Female Animals like ‘Different Species’?
Creatures from albatross to loggerhead turtles will use different habitats, depending on their sex—a factor that is often not ...