Stories and posts about climate change, and our fragile planet.
Approaching nearly a million followers on his Instagram page, we quickly see why Germany-based photographer Daniel Ernst has such an audience.
Vollebak is a company known for pushing the limits of materials and technology to absurd levels, to create items that haven't existed before.
The Aurora Borealis (and Aurora Australis in the Southern Hemisphere) is a phenomenal phenomenon.
Apeel is hoping to help solve the food waste problem, with a non-toxic, plant-based solution that's applied directly to the fruit or vegetable, keeping them fresh for at least twice as long as they normally would.
Design studio PriestmanGoode has a clever and good-looking collection of in-cabin service trays, containers and cups that eliminate wasteful plastic.
The 2019 Fall Foliage Map is up, courtesy of the SmokyMountains.com, and is a fun and useful tool to see when peak colors are available to see in your part of the US.
This art installation by Klaus Littman is a dramatic, stadium-filling piece, filling a full-size football stadium with over 300 large trees.
Nature photographer Chien C. Lee has an incredible collection of imagery from the rainforests of Borneo.
Photographer Albert Dros has a stunning collection of photography of Greenland, showcasing the melting and rapidly disappearing glaciers.
The all-electric Rivian R1T pickup hits the road next year, and has a number of innovative designs to make off-the-grid camping a great experience.
The world's biggest EV is a 110-ton monster that never needs to be recharged.
When you think about a cabin in the woods, especially in upstate New York, you probably don't think about a cutting-edge, 3D-printed cocoon dwelling that was originally planned for Mars habitation.
The Netherlands has long been known for being one of the most bicycle-friendly countries on earth. They're doubling down on that reputation, with the opening of the world's largest bicycle garage in Utrecht, which can hold over 13,000 bikes.
The Mars Curiosity rover is exploring Teal Ridge, a fascinating sedimentary rock formation,