We can’t always go visit exotic places, but sometimes pieces of exotic places come to us! A whole bunch of Saharan dust is heading our way. Will there be Saharan dust in the weather?
As we observe Juneteenth by reflecting on and analyzing how our history has contributed to inequalities today, we explore how "redlining" has links to disparately poorer health outcomes and climate change exposure for communities of color.
The official start to the Atlantic hurricane season is June 1. These natural occurrences can cause damage to property and harm to humans. Are you prepared for hurricane season?
Recently scientists were doing a study on discarded edible items and ended up with some pretty interesting food for thought. How much food do we waste?
Ah yes, Valentine’s Day is approaching. That means we get a chance to look at modern romance through the lens of science! Since Valentine’s day is often considered a hot and steamy holiday, we figured we’d dig into the hottest overlap in science these days: dating and climate change. No really, is climate change impacting dating?