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Climate change is ravaging the natural laboratory that inspired Darwin. The creatures here are on the brink of crisis.
The images, taken by photographer Josh Haner from about 135 feet above the smoldering remains of a subdivision decimated by a wildfire in Santa Rosa, California, are mesmerizing. In Haner’s video,...
Citizens and scientists on the Orkney Islands are racing to protect thousands of ancient structures threatened by climate change.
Two mountain climbers died near the top of Mount Everest in 2016. Their bodies lay frozen there for a year. Then a journey began to bring them home.
The country lost most of its trees long ago. Despite years of replanting, it isn’t making much progress.
The men and boys on the migrant trail out of countries like Niger and Mali say fickle rains and hotter days leave them no option but to risk their lives to gain a livelihood.