Stories and posts about climate change, and our fragile planet.
An exceptionally sleek and futuristic gondola design for Venice by famed designer Philippe Starck.
Colossal Laboratories aims to bring the Wooly Mammoth back to life, more than 3,700 years since it last walked the earth.
How does the Virgin Hyperloop plan to work? Check out this new explainer video about the futuristic transport.
Notpla is trying to replace single-use plastic with their innovative seaweed-based packaging that naturally biodegrades.
There aren't a lot of brand new cities that are planned out to the extent of this new mega project, dubbed Telosa.
Absolutely mind blowing infrared photos of the Swiss Alps
Amazing initial review for Rivian's forthcoming all-electric pickup truck.
In the classic style of Caravaggio and Monet, we see still lifes of food and drink, but they’ve been updated to reflect the absurdity of our current plastic age.
Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc on the city of New Orleans recently, causing significant damage to the entire power grid in the area.
What’s the least visited country in the whole world?
One of the most beautiful places in the US is ablaze.
Fall Foliage Tracker Keeps You On Top of Autumn's Peak Colors
Lake Tahoe's famed blue waters are tragically shrouded in thick grey smoke from the nearby Caldor fire.
It's time to ditch the single use bottled water habit for good.
IKEA's Air Filtration Furniture Portends a Polluted Future
We found ourselves wondering what lakes in the world might be the very deepest, and what might await us in the dark confines of the deep?
Photographer Paolo Pettigiani gives us a vibrant look at Dunaliella salina, in Camargue, France.
You'd be forgiven for thinking a million dollar battery was crazy, especially when comparing this new Megapack to a pack of AA batteries from the store.
Below are some of the efforts that went into making transport, medaling, and dressing at the Tokyo Olympics more eco-friendly.
Captured by storm chaser and Photographer Mike Olbinski, these impressive photos show just how enormous and dynamic thunderstorms can be.
Historic droughts are wreaking havoc on the water systems of the American Southwest.