This month's powerful National Geographic cover brings the issue of plastic waste to the forefront. It's time to take it seriously.
Black ink made from air pollution.
Artist and writer Mandy Barker has a striking collection of images artfully showcasing the scale and absurdity of our plastic trash epidemic, and the way it's polluting our oceans.
A beautiful geometric raft with a living tree in it in Copenhagen marks the beginning of a new style of hangout spot in the Danish capital.
Matěj Kříž has a beautiful photo series focusing on ice caves throughout Iceland.
A fascinating look at AKQA's projected jobs of the future, in the year 2030.
A very rare snowfall in the Sahara Desert makes for beautiful photos of the red sand dunes.
In a shameful, low-point for our country, Trump strips a beautiful and sacred land of it's National Monument status.
A beautiful arctic series of nature images by photographer Florian Ledoux, for National Geographic.
Heartbreaking footage showing a mailman delivering mail to an entire neighborhood of burned down houses in this week's Santa Rosa fires.
Chasing Coral explores the immediate risks to our planet's coral reefs, which are under profound stress from climate change.
Artificially created glaciers are helping to solve the issue of water scarcity, high in the Himalayas.
Carl Sagan stars in Apple's new ad for the iPhone.
Claire&Max have a new and unsettling video that envisions a 2° temperature rise globally, and the effects it will have.