Through a series of essays, Miller reminds us what it's like to feel a sense of awe when confronted with nature's beauty.
While imagery of natural objects is often used to inspire climate action, appeals to ego and altruism prove more effective for some.
New research explains why you look so good in that selfie you took at Yellowstone National Park.
New research finds third-graders are more attentive after experiencing a class taught on the lawn.
Serious crimes are more likely to occur in neighborhoods downwind of air pollution, according to a new study.
Over 100 years ago, Eugene Schieffelin set out to introduce every bird mentioned in Shakespeare's plays to America. Today, one of those birds is causing irreparable crop damage.
To survey for pollinator foraging areas, researchers could tramp around and record what they find. Or a hive of bees could do the legwork for them.
Natural history collections are consolidating. Lessons are being dropped from biology courses. But amid the apparent carnage, microbiology is rising.
As part of our week-long series on people who opt out of society, Eva Holland spoke with Tom Kizzia about his new book on the 17-person family that settled down in the ghost town of McCarthy, Alaska.