The 10-day long protest at the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant 30 years ago this month may have been the most significant anti-nuclear power demonstration ever held in the U.S.
A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful — and the subject of much research after a hundred years in existence.
Studies suggest the greenest building is the one already built — a pleasing message for historic preservationists.
Studies show nature restores our spirits, improves our thinking, keeps us healthier and probably even saner.
The mere existence of a walking or biking trail near your neighborhood doesn’t mean anyone is using it, researchers and trail advocates have discovered.
While humans wonder what do with old oil rigs, fish scientist Milton Love suggests his subjects have a definite school of thought.
While GPS can tell you exactly where you stand, sometimes it takes a bit of dead-tree cartography to tell you where you are.
Decades of 'fuel management' have been ineffective in preventing wildfires, scientists say, and in all likelihood make the blazes more likely and more devastating.
As America — and the world — devolves into terminal lethargy, a multidisciplinary effort works to pep up the populace.
Although it's no surprise that any activity is better than none, hiking has specific medicinal benefits.
Park professionals are searching for ways to reintroduce Americans to the great outdoors.