Shark Tagged From Submarine For First Time In History | National GeographicEnvironment
For the past year, a research team has developed a new strategy to study the near threatened bluntnose sixgill shark in deep waters.
Should We Nuke Hurricanes?Environment
What's The Dirtiest Room In Your House?Environment
We're talking about germs, okay? How gross are we talking?
Primitive Technology: Crossdraft kilnEnvironment
Primitive Technology: Crossdraft kiln - Building a crossdraft kiln from scratch.
The Cruel Irony Of Air ConditioningEnvironment
The technology we use to keep cool is heating the world in a vicious feedback cycle, so we need to improve it and use it less.
Can We Turn Earth Into a Spaceship?Environment
World ending disasters are common place in science fiction, and usually an inventive plan is required to save the day.
These Plants Eat Salamanders | National GeographicEnvironment
Pitcher plants like these are known to feast on insects like flies. However, at a bog in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada, scientists have found many pitcher plants with a more ambitious diet.
What If You Were Sent Back To The Ice Ages?Environment
What would happen if you traveled to the ice ages? Would you be able to survive the earth in it's dangerous icy state?
How Sand Mining Destroys One Home to Build AnotherEnvironment
As Singapore dredges sand out from beneath Cambodia’s mangroves one woman is faced with the erasure of her beloved home.
How To Survive The First Hour Of A Nuclear BlastEnvironment
The situation has played out in TV and movies for years, but what should you really do if a nuke detonated near you?
Amphibians Face Mass Extinction as Fungus Spreads Across the WorldEnvironment
Results from a recent global survey of amphibians shows that chytrid fungus has threatened twice as many species than previously thought.
How to grow your own glacierEnvironment
Explore the ancient methods of growing glaciers, the homemade bodies of ice used as water sources, and how they can be used to combat climate change.
Why are earthquakes so hard to predict?Environment
Take a look at the theories behind why earthquakes occur, what makes them so hard to predict and the warning system technologies we rely on today.
Earth Hour 2019Environment
This toolkit contains assets which help raise awareness of the nature all around us, tools to empower you and the people around you to take action and advocate for this year's Earth Hour and beyond!
The Biggest Lie About Climate ChangeEnvironment
You were lied to about climate change.
This Is Why The Holidays Can Suck!Environment
Trying to be cheery might make you dreary!
The dangerous and daring race for the South Pole - Elizabeth LeaneEnvironment
By the early 1900’s, nearly every region of the globe had been visited and mapped, with only two key locations left: the North and South Poles.
The Unique Wildlife of The Scottish HighlandsEnvironment
Be transported to the frozen tundra of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park in this stunning short by filmmaker Max Smith.
Why Snakes Are Disappearing From Southeast Asia’s Largest LakeEnvironment
Some vulnerable species of water snakes are disappearing due to overfishing in the world’s most biodiverse lake—the Tonle Sap, in Cambodia.
What If The Sun Disappeared For One Month?Environment
What if the sun goes out right now?
What's a smartphone made of?Environment
As of 2018, there are around 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world. If we broke open all the newest phones and split them into their component parts, that would produce around 85,000 kg of gold, 875,000 of silver, and 40,000,000 of copper.